- Contains all your published data.
- To see your unpublished data navigate to MySMIR > Unpublished Data.
- Each research unit has its own group folder accessible by all members.
- This is the place to create/organize your data into projects.
- All folders shared with you by other users are listed here.
- Navigate to the folder wherein you want to create a new folder.
- Use the Action > New Folder menu entry to create a new folder.
!! Folder name restrictions: no special characters and no spaces allowed except
_, max. length 32 chars
! It is only possible to delete an empty folder.
- Navigate to the folder you want to remove.
- Use the Action > Delete Folder menu entry to delete a folder.
- A popup will require you to confirm the deletion of the folder.
- Confirm the deletion.
Folder sharing & permissions
Similar to the object permissions described in the previous chapter, the access to a folder can be defined with fine-grained permissions.
- Visit (V) allows the associated user/group to see the folder and its content.
- Modify (Mo) allows the associated user/group to modify the folder (e.g. add/remove content from the folder and rename it).
- Manage (Ma) allows the associated user/group to manage the folder (e.g. change permissions).
A permission set is a combination of multiple folder permissions.
- Viewers allows the associated user/group to see the folder and its content.
- Collaborators allows the associated user/group to modify the folder including the permissions of Viewers.
- Editors allows the associated user/group to manage the folder including the permissions of Collaborators.
Sharing a folder
- Navigate to the folder you want to share.
- Use the Folder menu > Share menu entry.
- Make sure you select the Folders tab.
- Select the permission set.
- Search for the user/group and press Add (repeat to add multiple users).
! Object permissions are not affected by folder sharing! You only define how other users can access the folder and view the contents. Example: An object is set to private and is added to a shared folder. In this case only the owner will see the object in this folder, other users do not.