Items deleted from your Filecamp account aren’t really deleted … they are just moved to the Trash. This two-step process adds an extra precaution to keep you from accidentally deleting a file or folder.
To empty the Trash, click the icon or enter the Control Panels and select the Trash item. Then click the “Empty Trash” button. When you empty the Trash the files are permanently deleted and the used storage space will be released. Notice: Only Admin Level users have access to the Trash
NOTICE: When you have emptied your trash, we recommend you to re-log in order to update your storage level.
Recover files from Trash
To recover files from Trash, click the icon or enter the Control Panels and press . Highlight the items you want to recover and press the “Put back” button and the files are moved back to where they came from.
If you want to recover the files into a different location, highlight the file/files and press the “Move button” and select the folder you want the files recovered to.
View expired files only
All expired and auto-deleted files are moved to the Trash, and if you press the “Expired only” button you will see a list of all expired and auto-deleted files only. You can easily change “Expiry” date on the files and use the “Put back” button to move the files back to where they came from.
NOTICE: If you don’t use Auto-delete folders and don’t have expire dates on files, you don’t need to worry about this feature.