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Navigating Folders

NOTE: To navigate through someone else's folders, you need at least read access to all of their folders.

Learn how to:

 

Moving up one folder

  1. Determine where in the MyFiles@bc structure you currently are. The current folder path is shown directly above the contents of your MyFiles@bc account (see Figure 1).
    Figure 1
    Figure 1
  2. Click up.
    The highest folder of your current folder path appears. For example, if your current folder path is "/jdoe /projects," the /jdoe/ directory appears.
    NOTE: If you are in the highest folder of your current folder path, the Up button is disabled.

 

Moving to another folder (which is not in your current path)

To move to a folder which is not in your current folder path and has not been bookmarked (bookmarks), follow the directions below:

  1. Click the pull-down arrow next to the search function (see Figure 2).
     Figure 2
    Figure 2
  2. Do the following (see Figure 3):
    • In the Search in box, enter the folder path you are searching for.
    • Use the File or Folder name box to put anymore specific information in.
    • Click Search.Figure 3
      Figure 3
  3. Your search results will appear in the content section (Figure 4), double-click to proceed to your file/folder.
    Figure 4
    Figure 4
  4. To bookmark this folder path, click the Add Bookmark icon (add bookmark).
    Bookmarking the folder path creates a link under the Bookmark icon in the toolbar, which allows you to quickly access this folder path again. Learn about bookmarking.

 

Moving to another folder (within your current folder path)

You can also navigate to another folder within your current folder path, which is located directly above the contents of your MyFiles@bc account (see Figure 1).

To move to another folder (within your current folder path):

  1. Determine where in the MyFiles@bc structure you currently are. The current folder path is shown directly above the contents of your MyFiles@bc account (see Figure 1).
  2. Within your current folder path, click on the name of any folder.
    The contents of the folder you clicked will be displayed.