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Upload Files into a Folder in Procore Drive


To upload files to a folder in Procore Drive.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions:
    • 'Standard' or 'Admin' level permissions to the project's Documents tool in Procore.
  • Additional Information:
    • There is a 50 GB file size limit for individual uploads. However, factors such as network speed and reliability can cause larger file uploads to fail. 
    • Uploaded files will inherit the visibility permissions of its parent folder. For example, if you upload files into a locked folder, the new files under that folder will not be visible to 'Standard' permissions and below. To learn how to lock a file or folder, see Lock/Unlock a Folder/File in Procore Drive.
    • If you upload a file that has a name with characters that Microsoft doesn't support (aka "|%|%%|"), the file name will appear as " - ".
    • If "strict file uploads" are enabled for the Procore account, uploads of the following file types can fail: apk, app, bat, bin, cmd, com, command, cpl, csh, exe, gadget, inf1, ins, inx, ipa, isu, job, jse, ksh, lnk, msc, msi, msp, mst, osx, out, paf, pif, prg, ps1, reg, rgs, run, sct, shb, shs, u3p, vb, vbe, vbs, vbscript, workflow, ws and wsf.


  1. Select a company and project in Procore Drive.
  2. Click the Documents tab.
  3. Find the specific folder that you want to upload files to.
    Note: You can navigate through your folders on the right window or the file tree by double-clicking folders and files.
  4. Click Upload files in the right window.
  5. Select one or more files that you want to upload. 
  6. Click Open.
    After uploading, you can drag and drop files to specific folders within Procore Drive.

Upload files from Outlook

You can also drag and drop files to a folder in your Procore Drive file tree from your email.

  1. From, select the email attachment(s) that you want to upload.
  2. Drag the attachments into Procore Drive.
    They will upload and save into the selected folder.