With File Versioning, you can replace an outdated file while retaining the same link and statistics. You must be the file owner to do this.

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How to replace a sent file

Step 1: From your dashboard, click on Manage Sent Files in the left sidebar.

Step 2: Select the file you want to replace. Click on the three dots (...) beside the file and select Replace.

You can also right-click on the file and select Replace.

Step 3: Click on the Upload button to upload a new version of the file

You can also import a file from your cloud storage (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive or Box).

Note: You must upload a file of the same file type, and you can only upload 1 file. Otherwise, you won't be able to continue.

Step 4: You can add an optional comment in File Version Comment about the new file version.

Step 5: Once done, you can either choose to Replace & notify recipients or Replace & skip notification.

Note: File Versioning currently supports up to 25 uploaded versions of a file. We recommend sending a new, separate file if you have exceeded 25 uploaded versions.


How to check a file's version history

Step 1: From your dashboard, click on Manage Sent Files in the left sidebar.

Step 2: Click on the three dots (...) for the file and select Version history.

Step 3: You'll be directed to the Version history page for the file. Here, you can view, download or restore a previous version of the file.


Can my recipients see the older versions of my sent file?

If you've replaced the sent file with a new version, then yes, your recipients will be able to see the older versions of your sent file. To do this, they will have to click on the ⓘ beside the file name while in the file viewer.

This is what your recipients will need to do to see the older versions of your sent file:

If you don't want your recipients to be able to view the older versions of your sent file, we recommend sending the new version as a separate file.


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