In managing your online store’s uploaded files, you can make your files searching and rearranging process easier just by filtering them. By filtering your files, you will be able to shorten your searching domain and it will make it quicker for you to choose what you want to work with. In Shopify, we provide you a function that can filter your files by size, which is really effective in files managing.
Below are some steps for you to master How to filter your files by size on Desktop, iPhone, or Android.
How to filter your files by size
- To filter your files by size on Desktop
- To filter your files by size on iPhone
- To filter your files by size on Android
To filter your files by size on Desktop
Step 1: Get into Files
From your admin account, get into the
Files page to filter your files by size on Desktop. You can enter the page by chosing the
Settings option on the managing column, then click on
Files when it pops up.
Step 2: Filter files
Files page, upon entering, you will see a
Search bar in the middle of your page and a button named
Filter files placed on the left side of it. Click on that
Filter files button for more options.
Step 3: Select MB
After clicking the
Filter files button, you will see a drop down shows up. In that first drop down, select
MB to choose to filter your files by that size.
Step 4: Choose value
MB choice leads to another drop down in which you will choose either
greater than or
less than based on how you want to filter your files. When you are done chosing it, you will have to enter the value of the size of your filter.
Step 5: Add filter
Upon finishing to adjust your filter parameter, click on the
Add filter button. The filter will be saved and it will show you all the files that match the filter.
To filter your files by size on iPhone
Step 1: Enter Settings
If you want to filter your files by size on your iPhone, firstly enter
Store from your logged in Shopify app and go to
Settings in the
Store page for more options.
Step 2: Tap Files
Settings page, look down to find the
Store settings section and tap on the
Files option right under it. You will be directed to the next steps.
Step 3: Tap Filter files
Upon entering the
Files page, find and tap the
Filter files button so that a drop down menu will show up.
Step 4: Choose MB
Filter files shows you its drop down menu, tap to choose
MB in the first drop down menu to choose the size of your filter.
Step 5: Enter value
MB in the first drop down menu, you will see another drop down menu pops up. Tap and select
greater than or
less than and enter the value that you want for your filter. The filtered files will be at your chosen value.
Step 6: Add your filter
Add filter, your chosen filter will be saved and all the files that you need will show up in your page.
To filter your files by size on Android
Step 1: Go to Settings
In the Shopify app from your Android device, log into your store owner account and go to the
Settings page by entering the
Store page and find the
Step 2: Choose Files
Settings page contains every of your settings options including your files settings. Scroll down to find the section named
Store settings and tap
Files right under the section to enter your files settings page.
Step 3: Choose Filter files
In your chosen
Files page, you will see a
Search bar in the middle of your screen. Right next to it is a
Filter files button. You need to tap on the button to see the options given to you to filter your files.
Step 4: Tap MB
MB in the first drop down menu that shows up so that the size of your filter will be set at the
Step 5: Select value
After done chosing your first drop down, you will see the second and the third filter fields show up. By selecting
greater than or
less than from those fields and select your wanted value by typing it into the last field, your filter will be set up.
Step 6: Done
Add filter to finish your action. The filter matched files will be displayed in your screen.
In today’s tutorial, I shown you How to filter your files by size on Shopify. I hope you will find these information helpful and will successfully filter your files to manage them better.