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See my uploaded files and my amount of uploaded data
When exporting from onprem and importing to the cloud I, as an administrator, own all objects. After a few days I wanted to reload a small excel file but could not load because I had exceeded the limit of 500MB per user. I can not see which uploaded data give these problems and determine what to delete. I have asked to set the limit to 1000MB but I can not see what the limit is because I don't have access to manage>configuration>system
500MB should be an acceptable limit, but as an admin that had to prepare the environment before 400+ users accessed it, I would expect that the limit does not affect administrators. So our suggestion is to: - give users insight of what files they have uploaded including the size of the files. Something like 'my schedules and subscriptions'. - give administrators insight to what the general limits are - no limit for administrators
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