Media Lightbox Quick Tip

Selecting Files

Once logged in, you can select multiple files by clicking and dragging your mouse over them or by holding the ctrl key and clicking on each file. Mac users can hold the cmd key and click to select several files.

File Approval System

Every Media Lightbox account includes the ‘File approval’ feature. The approval system is ideal for requesting approval on a design or prototype from your boss, colleagues or a client.

Upgrading

Need more users, storage or bandwidth? Upgrading your Media Lightbox account is easy. Once logged in, simply visit the upgrade section to change your plan and customize your account to suit your company.

Folder Access Control

Media Lightbox enables you to control folder permissions for single users and custom groups. Site managers could, for example, give the accounts department access to important spreadsheets, whilst the design team have access to design and marketing folders.

Lightboxes

Lightboxes are a great way of gathering files that are stored in different folders around your system. By adding them to a lightbox, you have a copy of them in one handy location, ready to send to others.

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Have you tried to transfer big artwork files to your clients or colleagues via email but always get the same error messages: File too large to attach / Email too large to send?

With Media Lightbox you can transfer big artwork files, including AI, FW and PSD by simply emailing your clients a link to your artwork files. This will avoid the hassle of bounced emails and worries if the files are too large to attach, as Media Lightbox does not attach the large artwork files to your email.

Instead our system creates a link that is attached in the body of the email. When this link is selected it will redirect you to the location of the big artwork files that you have stored then transferred via your Media Lightbox account.

 

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How to Transfer Big Artwork Files

Once you have created your Media Lightbox account you can instantly begin to transfer your artwork files via our desktop uploader application or in-browser uploader. 

As soon as you have uploaded big artwork files to your Media Lightbox account, transferring these files couldn’t be easier. Simply open the folder where you have stored your files then select the artwork files you would like to transfer. Now select the ‘Send’ option from actions menu. The send mail window will open and display all of the big artwork files that you selected.

To transfer the big artwork files simply enter your clients email address in the ‘To’ field, a Subject and a message, then click on the ‘Send Email’ button to transfer the big artwork files. It’s that easy!

 

Please note: The first time you enter your clients email address you will be asked to provide their first and last name. Once you transfer the artwork file to your client, their details will be saved into the Contacts section of your account.

 

With an Enterprise account you can store up to 30GB of large artwork files, with a maximum file size of 1GB. This is perfect to get you started on the award winning MediaLightbox.com file storage and sharing solution.

 

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What is Media Lightbox?
Media Lightbox allows individuals or large companies to store, share and manage their files online.
Media Lightbox users are able to backup their important files online. The most common formats are doc, pdf, ppt, jpg and zip.
Using Media Lightbox you'll be able to overcome the unmanagable mess of email and the slow upload/download speeds that accompany it. Manage your digital assets with ease, knowing that they are safe and backed up 24/7!
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