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your display name or if you don't have one, your real name
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your profile picture
je profielfoto
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Both these are visible in the *Online users* sidebar if that is activated. Your display name and profile picture are also visible on your profile page per default.
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Only when you put artefacts into your portfolio pages or share them in a group will they be visible to others.
Enkel wanneer je artefacts op je portfoliopagina's zet of ze deelt via een groep zullen die zichtbaar zijn voor anderen.
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Files
Bestanden
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*Content → Files*
*Inhoud → Bestanden*
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The *Files* area is a repository, i.e. a document storage for folders and files, that you can use within your portfolio. Both folders and files are considered artefacts and as such can be added to a page. You may create any number of folders or sub folders. To view which sub folders and files sit within a folder, click on the folder name. Use the *Home* link to return to the top level folder directory.
De *Bestanden*-zone is een opslagruimte, een plaats waar je bestanden en mappen kunt zetten die je kunt gebruiken in je portfolio. Zowel mappen als bestanden worden als artefacts beschouwd en kunnen daarom aan een pagina toegevoegd worden. Je kunt een onbeperkt aantal mappen of submappen maken. Om te zien welke mappen en bestanden er in een map zitten, kun je op de mapnaam klikken. Gebruik de *Home*-link om terug te keren naar de hoogste map.
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You can arrange files and folders by dragging and dropping **the icon in front of the file / folder name** onto another folder icon. A suitably named and organised filing structure will help you with the long-term organisation and retrieval of your artefacts. If you want to move a file or folder out of a sub folder, move it onto the *parent folder* icon |parentfolder|.
Je kunt de mappen en bestanden schikken door **het icoontje voor de bestand-/mapnaam** te slepen over een andere mapicoontje. Een goed benoemde en georganiseerde mappenstructuur zal je helpen met de organisatie op lange termijn en met het terugvinden van je artefacten. Als je een bestand of map uit een onderliggende map wil verplaatsen, sleep het dan naar het *bovenliggende mapicoontje* |parentfolder|.
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You will find that some folders are automatically created by the system such as *viewfiles* or *images*. The *viewfiles* folder includes files from imported pages whereas the *images* folder includes :ref:`your uploaded profile pictures <profile_pictures>`. As with any other file, you can move them out of this folder and store them in a different folder.
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You can move files and folders to your heart's content without having to re-link them in the pages where you use them. Also renaming them will not have a negative impact on links.
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