Each time a Phantom launches it produces output files. Your output files are important not only to you because they contain your valuable data, but to your Phantom as well.
You see, the majority of our Phantoms will use these files to know where they finished during their last launch and, therefore, where they should start next time so as not to perform the same actions over again.
You should keep all this in mind as you're managing your files. Here's how:
In the 'Files' section of the Console page, you can download your files directly by clicking on them, or download them all at once by clicking 'Download all':
To delete files, click on the three little dots in the top right corner and select 'File browser':
You can choose which files to delete by selecting them and clicking the bin icon in the top right:
You can download files from here as well by clicking on them.
You can also manage files in the setup's Step 2 advanced settings under 'Folder management'.
Here are your three options:
Delete all previous files at launch
Choosing this option will mean that each time you launch your Phantom, any files that exist from previous launches will be deleted and replaced with nice fresh files from the new launch.
However, it also means that your Phantom will start from the beginning of its task each time it launches and process the same actions over again.
Mix new and old files (new files with the same name overwrite old files)
This is the default option set for your Phantom, and does what it says on the tin. Your Phantom will use the existing files to know where to pick up from where it left off at each launch, then when finished update the old files by adding the new data.
At the end of a series of launches, you will have one big results file containing all of your data.
Create a new folder per launch
This option means that new files will be created without the old ones being touched. However, this also means that as your Phantom is not referring to existing files it will start processing information from the beginning again each time it launches.
(If you rename your results file on Step 1 of the setup, this is equivalent to creating a new folder.)