How to Upload Files to your Course
Adding files such as images and videos can improve the value of your course. This article will take you through uploading files onto ZilLearn to use in your course.
Uploading your files to ZilLearn
To upload a file, select its corresponding tab on the left panel, as shown below (from top to bottom):
Attachments (other file types, e.g. PDF, DOCX)
There are two ways you can upload files onto ZilLearn.
Method 1: Drag the selected file from your computer folder to Uploads on the left panel
Method 2: Select Click or drop files here to upload the selected file from your computer folder
You may also be interested in this article for details on supported file types.
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