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It's faster than uploading files individually. However, you can also drag and drop multiple files to Moodle, so if you don't have that many files to upload, it is probably faster to drag and drop. See M03 - Links, files and folders.

Who can use it?

Staff can upload zipped files and folders to Moodle and then unzip them back to individual files.

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  1. Select the top most files and folders. You can either click and drag or hold down Ctrl as you click on each one.
  2. Once all the folders and files that you would like to zip into a single file are selected, right-click on one of the files or folders and choose Send To > Compressed (zipped) Folder

This video shows you how to zip your files on How to Zip and unzip files on Windows 10. The first process shown (using right click Send To > Compressed (zipped) Folder) is the same for Windows 7 and 8 too. Widget ConnectorurlhttpPlease visit Microsoft support pages to find out more: https://youtubesupport.microsoft.com/watch?v=hvIlEkxJPrU/en-gb/help/4028088/windows-zip-and-unzip-files


On Mac:

  1. Select the top most files and folders. You can either click and drag or hold down Cmd as you click on each one.
  2. Once all the folders and files that you would like to zip into a single file are selected, right-click (or Ctrl + click) on one of the files or folders and select Compress? items or Create Archive.

This video shows you how to zip your files on Mac.

Widget Connectorurlhttp://youtube.com/watch?v=V0wkG6zOpjAPlease visit the Apple support pages to understand how to Compress or uncompress files and folders on a Mac: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/guide/mac-help/mchlp2528/mac


3. You will now have a single file with a .zip extension that contains all of the folders and files you had selected in the previous steps.

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