Mitto has a built in file manager. Any file that exists in Mitto's file manager can be used in jobs (e.g. CSV file in a CSV job).

How to add files to the file manager

There are many ways to get files into Mitto's file manager:

File location on disk

Files in Mitto's file manager are stored on disk at /var/mitto/data.

Manually adding files via the file manager

Adding files to File Manager can be done in two ways. Dragging and dropping your file(s) into the window is one way.

Another way to add a file is by selecting Add File.

1. Select Add File. A window appears where you are able to select your file. Navigate through your files to find the particular file you are wanting to upload. You are able to upload multiple files from the same folder at the same time.

2. Select the file and click Open.

After uploading your file, Mitto displays the size of the file you just uploaded as well as the date of when it was uploaded.

There are two symbols next to the date portion.

The the symbol that resembles a dark arrow pointing down indicates the ability to download the file you just uploaded.

The trash can symbol indicates the ability to delete the file from File Manager. Caution: Deleting a file permanently deletes it from your File Manager.

Once your file is added to the file manager, you can now create, run, and schedule your job.

Add files via Mitto jobs

Download files with the File Download (cURL) plugin.

Download files from unread emails with the Email (Incoming - IMAP) plugin.

Sync files with applications like rclone or write scripts with any programming language (e.g. Python) with the Command line plugin.

Add files via FTP

Programmatically add files