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Learn how to create, store, and share files on decentralized storage technologies with the frictionless experience you expect in a modern workflow.
When you create a Deupoad Account, we ask for some personal info. By providing accurate info, you can help keep your account secure and make our services more useful.
1. Click Create Account button on header.
2. Enter your email address.
3. In the “Full name” field, enter your name.
4. Enter and confirm your password.
5. Click Create Account.
You can upload, view, share, and edit files with Deupload. When you upload a file to Deupload, it will take up space in your Disk, even if you upload to a folder owned by someone else.
1. On your computer, go to drive.google.com.
2. At the top left, click New and then Upload Files or Upload Folder.
3. Choose the file or folder you want to upload.
All data stored using Deupload is made available for retrieval via IPFS, the InterPlanetary File System. IPFS is a distributed, peer-to-peer network for storing and sharing content-addressed data.
1. Click on any files and folder.
2. Click on info icon at top left to see file details.
3. Copy CID or IPFS link to use on your NFT.
You can control whether people can edit or can only view your files and folders when you share them and even after you share them. Edits made to a shared file or folder are updated live for everyone they’ve been shared with.
1. Hover over the file or folder you’d like to share.
2. Click the share icon at menu.
3. Type the email you’d like to share with.
4. Select Can edit or Can view.
5. Click generate link for your file or folder
Team folders help admins manage team files and folders. You can share team folders with with specific group. You can convert any folder to a team folder and the folder to be shared with the folder members only.
1. Hover over the folder you’d like to convert.
2. Click the Conver as a Team folder on dropdown.
3. Type the email of members you’d like to invite.
4. Click on Move & Invite Member button.
Unlike accidentally deleted data on remote storage devices such as USB flash drives, memory cards and external hard drives, file recovery means you can always get your data back.
1. Click Trash in the left sidebar.
2. Click on the file or folder you want to recover.
3. Click Restore. Restorations can take time if you’re restoring a large number of files.
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