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Create a New File or Folder in File Manager – cPanel

Learn How to Create a New File or Folder using File Manager – cPanel. You can accessviewmodifyadddelete, copy files, and much more from your account. cPanel organizes all the files in your account into folders. Use the File Manager interface to manage and edit your files.


Video tutorial – Create a New File or Folder in File Manager – cPanel


Step-by-step tutorial – Create a New File or Folder in File Manager – cPanel

  1. Login to cPanel.

    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or the direct link.

    Find Files section and click the File Manager link.

    Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder

  2. + Folder

    Click the +Folder link, the second link in the File Manager Task Bar.

    Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder

  3. New Folder Window

    The New Folder Window opens.
    New Folder Name:
    Enter the new folder’s name in the New Folder text box.
    New folder will be created in:
    Enter the location in which File Manager will save the new folder.
    If left empty new folder will be created in the home folder.

    Click Create New Folder to complete the action.

    Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder

  4. New folder is created

    Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder

  5. +File

    Click the +File link, the first link in the File Manager Task Bar.
    The New File Window opens.
    New File Name:
    Enter the new file name in the New File Name text box.
    New file will be created in:
    Enter the location in which File Manager will save the new file.
    If left empty new folder will be created in the home folder.

    Click Create New File to complete the action.

    Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder

  6. New file is created

    Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder

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Add titleCreate a New File or Folder in File Manager – cPanel

Learn How to Create a New File or Folder using File Manager – cPanel. You can accessviewmodifyadddelete, copy files, and much more from your account. cPanel organizes all the files in your account into folders. Use the File Manager interface to manage and edit your files.


Video tutorial – Create a New File or Folder in File Manager – cPanel


Step-by-step tutorial – Create a New File or Folder in File Manager – cPanel



  • 1.Login to cPanel. Find Files section and click the File Manager link.

    Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder
  • 2.+ Folder Click the +Folder link, the second link in the File Manager Task Bar.

    Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder
  • 3.New Folder Window The New Folder Window opens.
    New Folder Name:
    Enter the new folder’s name in the New Folder text box.
    New folder will be created in:
    Enter the location in which File Manager will save the new folder.
    If left empty new folder will be created in the home folder.

    Click Create New Folder to complete the action.

    Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder
  • 4.New folder is created Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder
  • 5.+File Click the +File link, the first link in the File Manager Task Bar.
    The New File Window opens.
    New File Name:
    Enter the new file name in the New File Name text box.
    New file will be created in:
    Enter the location in which File Manager will save the new file.
    If left empty new folder will be created in the home folder.

    Click Create New File to complete the action.

    Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder
  • 6. New file is created Extilum cPanel - File Manager - Create a new File or New Folder
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