The file picker is where you can open and edit any of our templates or your own files from connected cloud drives, or your local machine.

Your team

This is your currently selected team. Click on the drop-down to either change your team, manage it and your members, or create a new one.

Create new document and upload from local machine
The 'Create new' button will open a shortlist of templates categories common to the industry you work in, making it quick and easy to choose a suitable design. You still have access to all the other categories below. Click on the upload button next to the 'Create new' button to upload a file from your local computer.

Folder breadcrumb
You can navigate up your folders from here if you enter category or folder from your cloud drive.

Invite a team member
You can invite a team member from this button, or through the Company Admin Panel to collaborate with you on document.

Account avatar
Click here to open the settings for your account and log out.

Template categories
Select any category here to show all the templates within. Some folders may have multiple levels, such as presentations which not only have different themes, but different slides within.

Connected cloud drives
Click on the 'Add Cloud Drive' button to add new drives. The drives you have already connected will be shown below. If you use a provider to sign in, your cloud drive may appear here also.

This is the view you'll see when you navigate through any of you cloud drives. The view is similar as that with templates, only instead showing files in your cloud drive.

Documents within selected cloud drive
Here you will see any of your documents you can open within your cloud drive.

Your folders
If you cloud drive has any sub-folders within, you can click here to navigate through them. Use the breadcrumbs above that to navigate back a folder if needed

Sort options
Use these controls to sort your files by date, name or size, ascending or descending and also the thumbnails by grid or list view. Please note this only works for files and not folders. Folders are ordered alphabetically.

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