StratusCore users have access to 5GB of free storage when they first sign up. Additional storage can be purchased in both varying increments and lengths of time. You can access your StratusCore Platform storage 2 ways. Either via the StratusCore Platform itself, or while using a StratusCore Virtual Workstation.
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Accessing your StratusCore platform storage via the Virtual Workstation
After logging into the StratusCore platform, you will be redirected to your Dashboard.
*The Dashboard is a brief overview of your projects, Virtual Workstation hours, Render Credit balance, and Storage info.
The Dashboard is easily accessible at any time by clicking on the [Dashboard] button using the sidebar menu.
Browse to the File Management page by expanding the Storage section of the menu. Click on the [File Management] button using the sidebar menu.
After clicking on the [File Management] button, you will be redirected to the "File Management" page.
1) Home button
2) action button (Plus [ + ] icon) The action button will allow you to create new folders, and upload files.
3) Indicates a "shared" folder.
4) "More" actions (Details, Rename, Download, Delete)
No matter where you are inside the file structure, clicking (1) Home, will take you back to the root of the file structure.
To create a new folder, or upload a file(s), click on the action button (2).
To create a folder, simply click the action button, then Folder, and you will be prompted to enter a new folder name.
To upload files, simply click the action button, then Upload, and your system file explorer will open. Browse to the files you wish to upload and then click Open. The files will upload, and the screen will refresh.
To delete files, delete a folder, Rename files, or download files, click (4) "More" actions. More Actions is represented by 3 dots. See the screen grab above.
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