1. Alfred Falzon's Avatar
    I have an Ipad pro running IOS 11.
    In my Library 'Home videos' I have 16 video tutorials on art.
    7 of the videos are on landscape and 9 are on Floral painting.

    1. Is it possible to create two sub folders in my home Vidoes libraries so to have
    the two tutorial types together in their own folders? One for lanscape and one for floral.

    OR 2.

    be able to access from my home screen a landscape folder Icon or floral folder Icon.

    3. Is their another option or method you can suggest?

    Why does apple have to be so convoluted and difficult.
    11-10-2017 09:15 PM
  2. Ledsteplin's Avatar
    I don't think iOS offers subfolders on stock photos app. But there are 3rd party solutions. For local storage, I use this some.
    MyPics - A Powerful PhotoAlbum by Naia Inc.
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mypi...mUvbUpU3012473

    For Cloud storage, I use Box mostly. In Box, I have sub sub sub sub folders. LOL
    11-11-2017 09:44 AM
  3. Sherry_B's Avatar
    I have an Ipad pro running IOS 11.
    In my Library 'Home videos' I have 16 video tutorials on art.
    7 of the videos are on landscape and 9 are on Floral painting.

    1. Is it possible to create two sub folders in my home Vidoes libraries so to have
    the two tutorial types together in their own folders? One for lanscape and one for floral.
    Apple has not added an option to add subfolders to the photo albums yet.

    OR 2.

    be able to access from my home screen a landscape folder Icon or floral folder Icon.
    I don't think there's an option to do that either. At least if there is I can't figure it out on my iPad. I search Apple support pages and found nothing mentioning shortcut folders on the homescreen.

    3. Is their another option or method you can suggest?
    For subfolders you'll have to use something like Dropbox, but there is no option to make shortcuts on the homescreen of those folders.
    11-12-2017 06:29 PM
  4. Alfred Falzon's Avatar
    Thanks all
    11-13-2017 05:48 AM
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