'Go To Folder' Action

'Go To Folder' Action

This applies to Content Central Document Management System, from v7.5.6701.

The 'Go to Folder' in the Action Panel allows users to be able to navigate directly to the folder in the Folder Browser where the document is saved or stored.


Navigate to a document from Search Page or any Work Areas.

Click to preview the document. Or, CHECK the Document Card or the row in the Document List.

From the Actions Panel, click 'Go to Folder'.

The webpage will refresh to show the Folder where the document is stored in the Folder Browser.

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