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Is there a file manager in the works?


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Why oh why is there no way to delete uploaded images and why is there no way to organise them into folders? It seems like such a basic necessity for managing a website. Does anyone know if there is a (simple) file manger in the works? This is by far my biggest request for Squarespace as a user.

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Why oh why is there no way to delete uploaded images and why is there no way to organise them into folders? It seems like such a basic necessity for managing a website. Does anyone know if there is a

Agree. This is quickly becoming my biggest frustration with Squarespace. I don't know how to access my files.

+1  I joined the forum just to add my support of this! It's bizarre that Squarespace doesn't allow for this. No fixing typos, etc. So strange.

This is certainly increasingly an issue. I want to create a static link (i.e., www.domain.com/current), and to replace the files served from that page so that when sharing links, the actual URL never changes.

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In my opinion a file manager will come with limited "library" storage like IONOS has. At some point you can't add a file without taking one out.  I moved from there to here and SS is  day to night better. Right now there is a 20mb single file limit and that is it. There is an old saying, get what you want and lose what you have. 

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So there is no true File Manager or FTP, but you can use some free Web Services to your advantage... This best to use is AWS (Amazon Web Services)

This option works great for simple static files / page hosting.

- Sign up for an AWS Account
- During the signup, don't worry about the billing part, so FYI.
- Once Completed, follow this tutorial on how to use S3 Storage for Static Sites / Pages / Files.
_ Tutorial: 

- As long as it's a Static Page, it works PERFECTLY!
- The S3 Storage serves as a Public Webserver (Note: You need to make sure the Permissions are set to Public on any S3 Folder you create and intend to use).

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