Troubleshooting Video/Photo/Document Uploading - Google Chrome
If you are in any of the drawers in your File Cabinet and you see the button Choose File and your file doesn't seem to upload once you choose that file here are some handy steps to correct that.
Next to your URL you will now see an i with a circle around it or a padlock.
Click that Icon and a menu will expand. Click "Site Settings"
Then find "Flash"
Next to Flash set the option that says "Ask (default)" to "Allow"
Reload your page and then upload your file.
The File Cabinet
The File Cabinet is a convenient way to store your Photos, Documents, Audio/Video Files, and various Forms that you may need throughout your school year. Let's look at the File Cabinet, it's Subsections, and how to use them. There are four (4) ...
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Looping Video Requirements
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Why isn't my photo uploading?
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Embedding Google Slides
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