Is it possible to create a folder inside another one in CC libraries?
We have clients for whom we would like to create a folder so that we can store the common files like logo, corporate identity text & colour.
We would like to create sub folders under a particular client based on the design work too. Eg. For art work creation for Diwali would be separate from the one we create for Holi or Ganesh Chaturti.
Is this possible?
you can create a new library, and/or you can create groups and subgroups in a library.
Thank you for reaching out to us. Yes, the latest Libraries update allows you to create subfolders by entering slashes ("/") in a group's name. Libraries with existing groups containing slashes must either be migrated to use "-" as a separator instead or upgraded to apply the new meaning of a slash in the name, which will create the groups and subgroups. Either of those requires user action, however, the library is locked until the user decides which change want to do - so you or one of your collaborators must have seen the prompt and chosen to apply the new slash rules instead of replacing them with "-".
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I did not get much of that & I am sure none of us ahs made any changes either.
Attaching a screenshot of how it is right now.
In an ideal world it would be great if I can create a master library for a company.
Under that I should be able to create a sub directory for 2 of their companies (BT & Hotel Maurya), which are currently both separate libraries. Under those companies we should be able to create sub folders for the each individual design jobs.
Just in the last two weeks we have created about 20-25 designs for social media, hoardings, standee & sunboards.
Not to menttion the additional designs for all the festivals & holidays. All of this in one library becomes like a busy market place pretty soon.
I am guessing there is no solution or should I say libraries are not designed for the convenience that I am looking for?
The more videos I see about this the more I am convinced it is not a solution for the problem that we are facing.
I don't think it is designed for the purpose that we are looking for.