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🗃 New plugin - Multi-Uploader [BUBBLE AWS + UPLOADCARE + FILESTACK + AZURE] BIG Update: 11/06/2018

Hello, @serge
Thanks for your patience.

By this message, we would like to notify you the issue with dragging the file from your device ( instead of browsing them) was fixed.
Please upgrade the plugin’s version to 2.68.0 and give it a try.

Hope it will solve your problem and you will be satisfied.
Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

Hello, @johnnyweb
Thanks for letting us know about that.

Our Development team is working on this behavior for Azure and Uploadcare storages. We will revert to you once it will be ready.

Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

Hello @ZeroqodeSupport
Quick test with Bubble 19 and Advanced multi uploader 2.68.0 :
Everything seems to work fine.
Thank you for your support :slight_smile:
What about you @johnnyweb ?

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Just a little detail regarding the translations @ZeroqodeSupport.
When I drop a file, the message appearing is “Uploading” and when it is finished “Upload complete” (this message appears in the plugin container).
(Maybe there is another string between these 2 events, but it flash too quickly to know)
These 2 string are not translatable.
But if someone sees this post… this plugin is perfect, nice look and functionalities.
Soo happy I found it !

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@serge I have an issue with the latest release on chrome but if i downgrade to 2.67 it works fine and sends through to azure.

Hello, @serge
Happy to hear that it is working fine on your side.

These 2 strings came from the plugin’s code, thus, you are not able to translate them in the same way, as other strings in the plugin element.
It is a part of the element’s settings.

We hope that this small detail will not prevent you from using this plugin.
In case we can help you with anything else - let us know.

Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

@johnnyweb

Please note that right now, we are using the latest Google Chrome version as well, however, not encountering the same issue.
Following our conversation, please share the screenshots of your current plugin’s settings for our investigation.

Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

Thanks Team @ZeroqodeSupport I’ll message you directly on your board for this - happy with the plugin otherwise !

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Hi @ZeroqodeSupport, I’m having reliability issues on mobile safari after “add to home screen” on iOS (which is a PWA).

Is there a known issue right now?

I checked your plugin demo page and it’s also not working correctly. I see previous comments about your demo page not working. On MacBook, safari browser, the bubble AWS popup will not accept any image type or size.

Screen Shot 2022-11-30 at 8.41.23 AM

I tried on chrome and got the same results. I’ve also tried over a few days.

I’m having different reliability issues with my plugin, but seeing that your demo page has not been working for a few days (maybe longer) I’m just wondering if there’s a known reliability issue.

Hello, @brad.h
Thanks for reaching out.

The issue with our demo page just was fixed. The reason for this behavior on our side was just incomplete settings of the element.

In order to define the issue on your side, can you please share the screenshot of your current plugin’s settings?
Unfortunately, without these details, we can’t investigate your case.

We are looking to hearing from you soon.
Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

Hey everyone!
We have updated our plugin demo page. Hope it will be more convenient for you:
image
:tada:
Regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

Is there a way to capture MIME file type? After upload I would love to add the type to a thing.

I’m trying to figure out a way to upload multiple files and attach the files to different things. (Bubble AWS Private) Would I be possible to send a list of things that get looped through as the files get uploaded?

Hi @rosshelton,
Apologies for the late reply. :pray:

Unfortunately, the plugin doesn’t currently have a “MIME type” state. However, we have taken note of your request and have shared it with our developer team for further consideration. As soon as we have any updates, we will let you know. Thank you for your patience while we work on it!

Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

Hello @rosshelton,
Thank you for your patience. :pray:

We’ve updated the plugin and added List of file mime types and Last image’s mime type states. Kindly ask you to upgrade your plugin to the latest version (2.81.0.) and give it a try.

If we can help you with anything else, please let us know.

Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

Can you update the page? I would like to see and try the plugin

Thank you so much! Works great!

I asked about this earlier but it might have gotten lost in my questions. I would love to be able to upload multiple files and have each of those files attached to a new “Thing” (Make Private). This would allow for greater privacy and protections for files while offering the ability share those same files at will, using the bubble Privacy rules.

Can these be possible?

  1. Can I get a count of files in the uploader before they are uploaded?
  2. Send a list of Thing UIDs to the make private field. The uploads would loop through that list of UIDs. This would attach (make private) the uploaded file to a unique thing for each file.

Thanks so much!

Hi @rosshelton,
Apologize for the late reply due to the weekend. :pray:

By default, uploaded files are visible to anyone who has the link to the file. However, you for sure can add additional security for it in your Database by configuring the privacy rules.

Unfortunately, it’s not possible at the moment.

By leveraging the UUID of the newly uploaded file, you can easily attach it to any desired data type. For example, let’s consider the use case where a user uploads their ID card scan. Since this information is typically sensitive and requires additional security measures beyond Bubble’s privacy rules, you can utilize the “Attach to” functionality.

The “Attach to” feature enables you to link the uploaded file directly to a specific thing in your database, such as the user’s profile. This ensures that the file remains associated with the appropriate data and allows you to apply any necessary security measures or access restrictions. Screenshot by Lightshot

Hope that helps. If you meant something else, please let us know.

Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

Hi @fabian.banushi
Sorry for the late reply due to the weekend. :pray:

We’ve fixed the problem, it should be available now. Could you please check again? https://redubleplugins.bubbleapps.io/multi-uploader

Best regards,
Zeroqode Support Team

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I checked it… It looks nice…

Is it possible to rearrange the files before uploading them?

Thanks
Fabian