Not everyone is aware that you can create folders in iCloud. If you are familiar with creating folders in iOS or in Launchpad, it works the same way in iCloud: simply drag one document on top of another. When you release the mouse button, a folder will be created. Then, type in the name for your folder and press Enter.
You can double-click the name of the folder at any time to change its name.
To Create a Folder on iCloud
- Open any application that supports iCloud.
- When prompted to choose location of file, click iCloud on the top left of the Finder Window.
- Click on a document and drag it on top of another document.
- Release the mouse button.
- Click the word “Folder” to select it.
- Type in the name for your new folder.
- Press Return
- To open a folder, double-click it.
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