We know how important it is to be organized when you are in the process of creating publications and sometimes a large number of images or videos uploaded to your Flipsnack account can be overwhelming. Taking this into consideration we want you to be able to organize your uploaded elements more simply and easily.
This is why we introduce you to Folders. An easy and simple way to organize your uploaded images and videos.
Now let’s see where to find folders and how to work with them.
Where can you find folders?
Go to Design Studio -> Flipbooks and select a flipbook.
Click Edit and go to Uploads. Now, besides the possibility to upload your personal images and videos you have the option to organize them in folders.
In order to do this, you need to create your first folder.
Create your first folder
To create a folder go to Uploads -> Folders and click on the + button and now you have created your first folder.
Rename a folder
To rename a folder, right-click on the folder, then select Rename.
Delete a folder
To delete a folder, right-click on the folder and select Delete. You can also select the folder and hit the Delete key on the keyboard. Deleting a folder deletes all its contents as well.
Move to a folder
To move an image or a video from a folder to another, select the element you want to move, right-click on the element, and select Move to. From here you can see a list with all your folders and move the element in the folder you want.
A folder with a full icon contains at least one picture or video and a folder with an empty icon has no images or video.
Images and videos filters
Inside a folder, you can filter what type of images or videos to be displayed. You can apply filters for JPG, JPEG, PNG, GIF, MP4.
Important: Folders work for both personal and team uploaded images and videos.
In the Team uploads tab, you can find all the uploaded images and videos from your team and from there you can create folders, rename, delete or move elements from a folder to another folder following the same steps as for the My uploads tab.
We hope you find this article helpful and that you will use folders to organize your uploaded images and videos for your publications.