JDM Files is sort of our own version of Dropbox. We use it to make uploading, downloading and managing large files with our clients much easier than email (which has a 4-5MB limit on attachments).
If you’ve never used JDM Files before, here’s a quick how-to. Click the image above for a slideshow demonstration. A live demo is available upon request. Just ask.
To access JDM Files:
Login to jdmdigital.co (you may already be logged in)
Click on “JDM Files” from the left side panel or on the “Upload Files” tile of jdmdigital.co.
For security reasons, you’ll need to login again (it already knows your username–you just have to enter your password. Your password is the same as all the other JDM sites. Enter it in the password box and click “Login.”
Once logged in, you can select files to upload, download files we’ve uploaded for you from “My Files”, search and edit files you’ve already uploaded from “My Uploads.”
As always, you can click the logo at the top-left to return to the logged-in home page.
How to use JDM Files:
JDM Files works much like any other file management system. That’s on purpose. Our hope was to minimize the learning curve. If you’re unfamiliar with file management systems, here’s a quick overview of how to use JDM Files.
Once logged in, you can upload files by clicking “Choose File” or Dragging & Dropping your file into the browser window (if you’re using the latest version of FireFox or Chrome). Give the file a short description, a category (if any) and click “Start Upload”. You’ll see a progress bar as the file or files upload.
From the top, black bar, click “Downloads” >> “Secure Downloads” to view and download available files JDM has offered to all clients.
From that same black bar, click “Downloads” >> “My Files” to view files that have been uploaded and shared with you.
To view files you have uploaded previously, click “My Uploads.”
To logout, click the gear icon at the top-right and then click “Logout.”
As always, click the JDM logo at the top to return to JDM’s main website.
Interested in having us build you your own file management portal? Happy to do it. Just ask.