With Descript, you can keep all of the projects in your drive organized and easy to find with drive Folders.
Note to members of Team drives: drive folder contents are always shared to other members of the team drive. This means that they will be able to view/edit any projects that have been added to a folder on the team drive.
Creating a Drive Folder
To get started, open a new Project Browser (File > Open Project Browser) and click New Folder.
Enter the name you would like to call this folder and select Create Folder.
Your new folder will be listed at the top of the project browser along with any other projects and folders in your drive. From here, you can pin the folder to the sidebar, rename it, delete it, or even move the folder to another folder.
Pinning Folders to the Sidebar
For quick access to your folders in the Project Browser, click the pin icon on the right side of your folder row and it will be added as a quick link to the left-hand sidebar.
Descript allows you to create folders inside of a folder for further organization. To do so, click into your folder, select the New Folder button and then add your folder.
You can also move an existing folder to a new location either inside of another folder...
... or back out again.
Moving a folder will also bring with it all of the folder's contents so you can be sure to keep your project data together.
Navigating through nested Folders
The Descript project browser has a simple interface for navigating forward and backward through your folder structure. First, click on a folder to view its contents.
When you want to navigate back out again, click on the folder path above to go back to the desired location.
Deleting Drive Folders
To delete a folder, you must first remove all of the contents of the folder, either by moving the contents to a new location, or deleting them. Once the folder has been emptied, you can proceed to delete the folder.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I move my folder to another drive?
- Not yet, but we hope to support this in a future update.