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Importing folders from Windows

Importing from within Judah

Entire folders of files and sub-folders can be imported directly into Judah.

  1. To begin importing your folders, click the "Options" button at the top right of Judah.
  2. A menu with several options will open, mouse over "Import"
  3. In the options that are displayed, find and click "Import files and folders from your computer"
  4. A new window will open in which you can navigate your Windows folders, and check any you would like to import.
  5. The right pane will give you a preview of how those folders will be structured in Judah. Once you have checked all the folders you would like to import, click "Next"

Dragging folders into Judah from Windows

  1. Locate the folder you would like to import.
  2. Click and drag the folder over the Judah window.
  3. Drag the folder over the folders pane on the left side of Judah
  4. Release your mouse when it's over the location you want the folder, and it will start importing.

Certain areas of Judah cannot have folders added to them. The mouse icon will indicate the areas you cannot add data.


Using "Send to Judah" from Windows

In a Windows Explorer window or your desktop, you can right click most files or folders and import them to Judah using "Send to"

  1. Locate the folder you would like to import.
  2. Right-click the folder, and in the menu that appears select "Send to"
  3. In the sub menu that opens, find "Judah"
  4. A new window will open, allowing you to select where you want to import the folder. Select a location and click "Import"


See also

Creating a folder
Renaming a folder