How to organize links into folders

Learn how to organize all your links in one place

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Desktop.com is using folders to categorize your links in a convenient way. You should have at least one link to start categorizing it into folders

Let's create a new folder before starting categorizing the links:

1) Open the Desktop.com app  

2) Navigate to the Desktops menu and select the desktop you want to work with. Then switch to Links and click Add folder button inside the links section

3) Alternatively (if you do not have links added to your desktop yet), click  +Add button and select Create links folder in the drop-down menu

4) Enter the folder's name and click Create button when you are ready

5) You can add subfolders and, therefore, create additional five layers of link folders. To start creating subfolders, click the folder

6) Click Add folder button inside this folder. Enter the name and click Create button when you are ready

7) If you need to go back to the main folder, click Home button

How to categorize links into folders:

1) Right-click on the link (alternatively, you can click 3 dots button) and select Move to option in the drop-down menu. Then you can either select from the existing folders or create a new one.

Folders can be conveniently dragged-and-dropped across desktops

How to organize links into categories  on a mobile device (Android)

1) Open the Desktop.com app

2) Tap Expand menu button

3) Navigate to the Desktops menu and tap the desktop you want to work with

4) Switch to the Links

5) Click +Add button and then select Create links folder option in the drop-down menu

6) Enter folder's name and then click Create button when you are ready

7) You can either select from existing folders or create a new one

8) You can add subfolders and, therefore, create nested folders. Tap the folder

9) Tap + Add button and then select Create links folder in the drop-down menu

10) Enter subfolder's name and then tap Create button when you are ready

   

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