Using Subfolders to Organize Your Files

One of the benefits of using Projecturf to manage your projects is that you can easily share files and collaborate on them. However, it’s important to also have your files organized, just like you have them set up on your computer. To group your files into folders with Projecturf, you can simply use the subfolders available on all your projects in the Files section. You can add as many folders and subfolders as you need. Below is an example of how using subfolders allows you to organize and store files on a project:

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Once you create your subfolders, simply click on them and you will be taken to the contents within that folder. In the image above, you will see the current path to the Google Campaign files and / or folders. To navigate to different folders, simply click on the folder name in the breadcrumb trail as shown above. This let’s you not only see exactly where you are in the files section, but also let’s you quickly access what you need. It’s much easier to keep your files organized on a project then through email and on your machines.

To learn more about setting up your subfolders in Projecturf, visit the support center here.

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