Uploading your own files

Learn more about uploading files

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Written by Jennifer
Updated over a week ago

In order to begin uploading your own files you must have an account. If you don't already have one, we invite you to sign up for free.

There are four simple steps from here to uploading a record:

1.Scroll to the 'Files' section of your dashboard

2. Select the upload icon and choose the file you would like to store

Want to upload your .xml data from your patient portal? No problem. Your OneRecord can import it to your Master Health Record. You can always upload files in different formats, such as PDFs, and you can find them in your OneRecord Documents.

3. Once your file is uploaded you will see a loading indicator to display the status of it being uploaded. If there has been a problem with the upload you will be notified on the right hand side (text in red). Files that cannot be imported will be saved into Files at this stage. Files that are able to be imported will say 'Ready for Import' and you should click the 'Import file' button to start the process.

4. Once you have chosen to 'Import files' your file will import and you will see its status along the file line . If there was a problem it will show up in red on the right hand side, otherwise the file will be marked as imported and you will be able to go to your OneRecord and see all of the data it contained in there. A full list of errors and advice on how to solve them can be seen here.

All successfully uploaded files will be accessible in Files (including the original .xml files should you want to see the raw information) and the data contained in the importable files will now be present in your OneRecord. You can store PDFs and other file types that contain medical information in Documents, so that you have a one-stop storage solution for your health information.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact us via the "help button" in the bottom right hand corner of the screen or email us at support@onerecord.com.

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