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If I use the "front-end" editor for users logging into the front end, and then have it integrated with DropFiles, can this be used as a kind of file repository for uploading/downloading for our organization?

Or alternatively, can DropFiles be selected as a menu item type within Joomla, so it can be invoked directly and used as component in Joomla?

In other words, our organization wants to have a place where registered members can login to the front end and see files and upload and download. Is this a possibility in any scenario with DropFiles?
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Hi,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.

If I use the "front-end" editor for users logging into the front end, and then have it integrated with DropFiles, can this be used as a kind of file repository for uploading/downloading for our organization?

Or alternatively, can DropFiles be selected as a menu item type within Joomla, so it can be invoked directly and used as component in Joomla?

In other words, our organization wants to have a place where registered members can login to the front end and see files and upload and download. Is this a possibility in any scenario with DropFiles?


Yes, you can allow users to upload and download files on frontend using Menu item.
So they can see their categories and files on frontend only.

For more information:
https://www.joomunited.com/joomla-documentation/dropfiles/280-dropfiles-parameters#toc-4-frontend-file-management

By default, registered users can not access Dropfiles management on frontend.
You should change the roles at Configuration > Permissions section.

Please go here for more details:
https://www.joomunited.com/joomla-documentation/dropfiles/280-dropfiles-parameters#toc-manage-personal-user-file-repository

Hope it helps!
Kind regards,
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