Folder Page


Clicking a folder tile will bring you to the associated Folder page, which displays all parts contained within that folder.

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From left to right, the horizontal bar near the top of the page contains:

  • List/Tile View icons: Click the desired icon to change the page layout from a collection of part tiles to a list of parts, or vice versa. The icon that is not currently selected is grayed out.
  • Sort by drop-down: Click and select an option from the drop-down menu to sort all parts in this folder by one of the following options:
    • Modified: Click to sort all parts by the time they were last modified.
    • Created: Click to sort all parts by the time they were created.
    • Alphabetical: Click to sort all parts by part name.
  • Filters drop-down: Click and start typing to generate a list of suggested materials and users. Click one of the entries in the list to filter all parts in that folder by a material or part owner, or press the Enter key to filter by part names containing the typed letters.
    Note: You can apply multiple filters by repeating this process.
  • Add Parts button: Click to bring up a pop-up window containing a list of your parts, which you can select from to add to this folder. 
    Note: You can only add parts that you own to a folder; however, you can add your parts to any folder, including folders that you do not own. Adding parts to one folder necessarily removes those parts from whichever folder they may have belonged to previously.
  • Import STL button: Click to import an STL file. For more information, see Importing an STL File.
  • Actions button: Click the button labeled […] to the right of the page to generate a drop-down menu of additional actions. Such actions include:
    • Add Parts to Folder: Click to bring up a pop-up window containing a list of your parts, which you can select from to add to this folder. See the note under the Add Parts button description, above, for more information.
    • Rename Folder: Click to bring up a pop-up window that will allow you to rename the folder.
      Note: You can only rename folders that you own.
    • Delete Folder: Click to delete the folder. This action will remove all parts from the folder but will not delete any of those parts.
      Note: You can only delete folders that you own and that only contain parts that you own.
    • Select All: Select all parts in this folder.
    • Deselect All: Deselect all selected parts. Only enabled if one or more checkboxes are selected.
    • Move Parts: Click to bring up a pop-up window which will allow you to move all selected parts to another folder. Only enabled if one or more checkboxes are selected.
      Note: Moving parts to another folder necessarily removes those parts from their current folder. You can only move parts that you own.
    • Delete Parts: Delete all selected parts from your organization. Only enabled if one or more checkboxes are selected.
      Note: You can only delete parts that you own.
    • Clear Filters: Removes all filters applied. Only appears if one or more filters have been applied.

The body of the page contains:

  • When Tile View is enabled:
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    • Part tiles: Each part tile includes the following: preview, material icons, name, and part owner. If the part is unsaved or has not finished slicing, the part preview will display a message indicating its status. Click to navigate to the Part View page for that part; for more information, see Part View. Hovering over a part tile will reveal the following elements:
      • Actions button: Click the button labeled […] in the top right corner of the part tile to generate a drop-down menu of actions, including:
        • Copy: Create a duplicate of this part, owned by you.
        • Move: Move this part into a different folder.
          Note: You can only move parts that you own.
        • Delete: Delete this part from your organization
          Note: You can only delete parts that you own.
    • Checkbox: Click the box in the top left corner of the part tile to select that part. To select multiple parts, click the checkbox on each part. If selected, click once more to deselect.
      Note: Once you click a checkbox, the selected part tiles will be highlighted in blue and the Actions button on all part tiles will disappear. To perform an action on all selected parts, click the Actions button in the top right corner of the page.
  • When List View is enabled:
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    • List of parts: Each part displays the following: part preview, part name, materials, part owner, date created, and date modified. If the part is unsaved or has not finished slicing, the part preview will display a message indicating its status. Click to navigate to the Part View page for that part; for more information, see Part View. Each list entry also includes the following:
      • Checkbox: Click to select the part in question. To select multiple parts, click the checkbox on each part. If selected, click once more to deselect.
        Note: Once you click a checkbox, the Actions button to the right of each part will disappear. To perform an action on all selected parts, click the Actions button in the top right corner of the page and choose an option from the drop-down menu.
      • Actions button: Click the button labeled […] to the right of the checkbox to generate a drop-down menu of actions, including:
        • Copy: Create a duplicate of this part, owned by you.
        • Move: Move this part into a different folder.
          Note: You can only move parts that you own.
        • Delete: Delete this part from your organization
          Note: You can only delete parts that you own.
  • Pagination: Click on one of the numbers, or the Next button, at the bottom of the page to display additional parts in this folder. Next to the pagination options, the number of parts on this page and the total number of parts in this folder are listed.
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