Originally Posted by aiharkness
I'm not sure what you are after. Why not just create folders and move files? It would be most efficient to connect to a computer with mass storage mode enabled, and do it with the computer, but you could also do it on the BlackBerry with the native files app.
What I did originally was, while tethered, I created 3 folder.
Then I just dragged and dropped the documents to each folder as pertinent.
Closed everything up and disconnected from my laptop.
Opened Doc 2 Go and bingo! There are all the files in a long list. NOT the 3 individual folder they were in. So what I have is a list of say 25 documents.
That's an awfully unorganized approach to things. Because I now have client specific documents and invoices mixed in with training outlines, power points, and generic documents.
So now I have to scroll down what is now only 25 documents, but what happens as time goes on and the list grows?
I run a small training and consulting business and am very mobile. at some point I want things to be more organized than just a lengthy list of documents.
I may be doing this wrong but I'm just not seeing my mistake if thats what is happening. PS____ When I use the native files approach I get to and see the three folders. and that's fine but is there a away to make jumping to that the priority? as it is now I have to click on several folders to finally get to the "documents" folder.