I want to move an image to a folder but I only see an option to copy it to a folder and I don't want or need multiple copies plus it fills up my folders. Why can't I just move it to the proper folder?
I agree. I gave up on folders when they removed this option. I am never sure if the email I want is in a folder or just in All Emails. Without knowing if it has been categorized, I could miss it. I really miss the no folder option to see what I still need to categorize.
Me too. Please bring back the older way of filing images.
Please, when someone moves an item into a folder, the idea is that the item actually MOVES into that folder (think email server archives. Outlook is a good example. When one moves an email to a designated folder from the inbox, a copy doesn't stay in the inbox). Be it an email or media. I do not like that when I move an item into a folder, it replicates, but does not actually MOVE. This is very frustrating. I would like to be able to move all of my sent emails into folders that will make it easier for me to find in a hurry when I need to replicate that email to send out quickly. Instead, I have to " move" emails into folders, one at a time, and I start losing track of which emails have already been "moved" when I can't just sit down and pound it out. And images are difficult to find. The only sort option is by upload date. I can't sort by file name. I don't know when something was uploaded to find it! Also, when I try to move images into folders, once again, they do not actually MOVE. This is not helpful AT ALL.
I've been asking for this since 2011.
Constant Contact, looks like this thread has been on here for 4 years now. Any comment?
There is an unfiled folder on the left of the library that will show only images that are not part of a folder. If you view images and documents using the folder area you will see each image once.
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