Documents to go needs folders!

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    Is it just me?

    I use my ipad a lot for documents and I have a lot of projects going.

    Within "Local Files" we definitely need folders! If not everything is just cluttered like crazy and unorganized.

    At least there is a sort by last modified, but that's no excuse!
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    Just found out you can make folders for it within the jailbreak app "ifile"

    Documentstogo reads the folders in "Local Files" sweeeeeeeet
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    I have a series of files that I synchronize with the computer. I just slip my newly created document into one of those files. Just as one does on the PC/Mac.
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    If you sync Docs to Go with Google Docs it will allow you to store the document locally and use folders. That is the only way that I use it!
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    Documents To Go does have folders …

    … if by "Documents To Go" you mean "Quick Office Mobile Connect."

    QOMC is the best office-work app for the iPad. It'll import all your DTG docs with no trouble, and you're off & running with folders galore—& a file-management system that imitates the Finder in OS X.
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    Thanks Zenitsu.
    Yes it is possible to add a folder using "iFile" but it works only for the "local" option (i.e.: files created only on the iPad, not shared with Desktop or Cloud).

    I found a folder in iFile that seems to be related to the Cloud option in "...applications/docstogo/documents/.hidden/CS/1-xxxxxx/files" where xxxx is your internet address. But if you add a folder in this location ir DOES NOT synchronise with DocsToGo. It is indeed present in iFiles but not in the Cloud folder of DocsToGo.

    I since found another tweak which is to use the Dropbox app (The cloud sharing application I use) on the iPad without using the PC.
    . open Dropbox on iPad
    . go to the uploads tab,
    . click the plus sign and choose a folder you pretend to want to upload,
    . choose dropbox down below and browse to where you want to create a new folder and
    . use the create folder option.
    You don’t need to actually upload a file. The only wat today to create a new folder in Dropbox (weired...)

    When you go back to DocsToGo / Cloud and sync, the new folder is there.
    Thinking twice it makes sort of sense.... (iFiel works only one way..)

    Regs,
    Last edited: Jul 23, 2011

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