Learn how to upload multiple files at once using drag and drop or upload, and how to modify the metadata after doing so.
- [Instructor] This week, we're going to look…at the process of uploading multiple files at once…into a SharePoint online document library.…In my opinion, Microsoft has really improved…this functionality over the years, and in Office 365,…it's getting much easier to manage,…especially as it relates to meta data after the fact.…Let's take a look here, in the Marketing Materials…document library.…I'd like to go ahead…and upload multiple files at once.…So do do this, I'm going to go to the Command bar…and you're going to see the Upload button.…
I'm going to go ahead and click on it.…Now for users of previous versions of SharePoint,…this is where things may differ a little bit.…I'm going to navigate to my training sample files,…and these are the files that I want to upload…into this library.…Now using this method in the past, clicking on Upload,…this window would typically open,…but here, you'd only be allowed…to select one file at a time.…Now in this version of SharePoint,…I can hold down my Control key or my Shift key,…
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