Note: if you add the element in the dataset, the files that your client attaches will then be able to be found within the client profile.  If they are template elements only the files will be stored in the engagement.  Please view this tutorial to see the difference.   You can also view this tutorial to see how to view attached documents.  

Types of files accepted for upload: .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx, .txt, .zip, .pdf, .csv  

Open your desired template in the template editor.  Once in the editor navigate to the page/group where you with to add the document upload element.

Once located you'll want to create a new cell to add your element into if you do not already have an empty cell present.  To add a new cell, click on an existing element where you'll see arrows pointing to the left or below.  You can choose where you would like this new element to go. (In this example I am going to choose to add it below the existing row of elements.)  

You'll then see an empty cell on your template.

Click in the empty cell then click on the + icon.

If you're adding to a high security level template you can choose an existing connected upload element from the dataset (documents would then store to the clients profile as well) or you can create a brand new template element. (For this example I am going to create a brand new element)

Choose document upload

Next, you'll want to create a title for your upload element.  This is usually a description of what type of documents you're looking for from your client (i.e., Please upload a paystub here, Please upload your account statements here, etc) but it can say whatever you would like it to say.  You can even make the element mandatory so that your client cannot submit their engagement without uploading something into this element.  

Once you're done click on the create button.  You'll now see the upload element on your template.

This will automatically add an add more button on the engagement for the client thus allowing them to add multiple documents within the same upload element.

{Clients point of view}

Note: There is no limit to the number of files that can be uploaded but the max file size per file is 8MB

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