filing a subfolder back up to top level my folders

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    Nathan

    You will need to create a new folder for the data on this page, https://www.gaiagps.com/datasummary/folders/, and then move the data over to the recently created folder. Once the data has been moved, you can delete the old subfolder.


    If you want to remove it completely from any other folder - you can do that in the app.

    1. Open the details page for the subfolder
    2. Then tap the down caret next to the name of the parent folder
    3. select the “Remove from Folder” option

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    DirtFish

    ok, thanks.  I feel a little better, what you describe is what I did. Consider it a feature request then to move a subfolder up to be a top level folder, along with all the other "make folders better" feature requests I've read about.  

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    barryjahn

    Yep, ended up hacking until I came up with the same solution.

    When already in a Folder --> the option of "File to Folder" is one of the culprits.

    Should read "Making a Sub-Folder".

    Also an option of "MOVE FOLDER" would solve the problem. One could MOVE a FOLDER to the Root or into a Sub-Folder, etc.

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    hilberman

    "Remove from Folder" is not presented as an option on my  iPhone, only "delete:"

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    Nathan

    @hilberman
    The “Remove from Folder” option can be found by following this steps:

    • open Gaia GPS > Saved > select the track, route, or waypoint you want to remove from a folder > tap the down caret icon next to the name of the folder on the details page for the data > Remove from Folder

     

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