This article provides the steps required to upload documents and files to Postwire, which can be helpful when editing a page, or uploading multimedia.
When you post a document or a file to Postwire, such file is hosted and streamed from our global Content Delivery Network (CDN); this ensures that files are easily and quickly accessed from anywhere around the world.
In the Postwire page, under Post Content, click Upload. A pop-up window appears for you to pick the file from your computer.
The file will begin uploading to Postwire's system.
Once the upload is completed, the file is analyzed by Postwire's servers to ensure it can be processed.
Once the analysis is completed, the file name will be used as the content title, and the system will automatically select a thumbnail graphic if it is a known content type.
For PDF files, it will take a screenshot of the first page of the document and use it as the thumbnail image.
For Microsoft Office documents, it will use a default file type image.
However, in all cases, if you do not like the thumbnail images Postwire suggests, you can click on Can't find a good image? to set a custom thumbnail.
- Click Done Editing when you are happy with how the content looks.