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Adding External Storages

Hold down ‘Add-ons’ in the navigation bar at the top of a project’s main screen, and move to the project Add-ons configuration management screen.

In the ‘Select Add-ons’ field, click the ‘enable’ toggle switch right to the external storage services to which you wish to link.

A modal window will appear listing points to note; check the contents and hold down the ‘Confirm’ button. The ‘Configure Add-ons’ field will appear at the bottom of the ‘Select Add-ons’ field, and the selected services will be listed.

By holding down ‘Connect Account’ or ‘Import Account from Profile’ next to the name of the service to be linked, a modal window will appear confirming the link to the service.

By holding down the ‘Connect’ or ‘Import’ button, the folder tree of the linked external storage will appear.

The link can be made at each folder level. Select the ‘Select’ button next to the name of the folder to be linked, and hold down the ‘Save’ button.

When you go back to the project’s main page, you will see that the folder of the linked external storage is added to the ‘Files’ tree.

Adding Storage Add-ons and Configuration

    • NII Storage
    • Amazon S3
    • Azure Blob Storage
    • Box
    • Bitbucket
    • Dataverse
    • Dropbox
    • figshare
    • GitHub
    • GitLab
    • Google Drive
    • Nextcloud
    • One Drive
    • ownCloud
    • S3 Compatible Storage
    • Swift


    Storage nameMaximum size per file
    NII Storage5GB
    Amazon S3128MB

    Azure Blob Storage

    128MB

    Box

    250MB

    Bitbucket

    (read-only)

    Dataverse


    Dropbox

    150MB

    figshare

    50MB

    GitHub

    100MB

    GitLab

    (read-only)
    Google Drive5GB
    Nextcloud3GB
    One Drive(read-only)
    ownCloud3GB

    S3 Compatible Storage

    128MB

    OpenStack Swift

    128MB
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