Pushing data involves uploading your local changes to the cloud. To access the push table, simply click the
Push button located at the top right corner.
Pushing Content to a Workspace
You MUST have have a local directory mapped to a cloud workspace to push content. If your workspace is cloud or local only, map the workspace first.
Every modification you make to file metadata, libraries, tags, and workspace details will be included in the push table. This table displays only the pushes related to the currently selected workspace.
While in the push table, follow these steps:
- Choose the data you wish to push.
- Click the
Push Changesbutton located at the top right of the page.
Other methods of quick pushing
For a swift file or version push, use either of these options:
- From the versions tab, you can push a new version after committing it.
- In the
Changesview, you can quickly commit and push the latest version of all changed files from the
- Additionally, you can right click on a file or folder and push from there.
Pushing File Versions
File versions must be committed before they are added to the push table.
You can commit versions from the versions tab on a file, or the uncommitted versions table.
This uncommitted files table will list any files with new versions that have not been committed.
To commit and push the latest versions, follow these steps:
- Select the files you wish to commit.
- Click the
Commit last versions & pushbutton.
If you want to solely commit the files and add them to the push table, proceed as follows:
- Choose the files you want to commit.
- Click the dropdown next to
Commit last versions & push.
- Select the
Commit last versionsoption.
- Finally, click the
Commit last versionsbutton.
Doing so will populate the push table with these commits.
Some data will be pushed automatically. This will happen immediately after a change in order to maintain continuity with the cloud workspace.
Automated pushes include
- Account Data
- Workspace Deletion
- Workspace Creation -> Send to Cloud