Find our video tutorial here on Tiktok! But for those who don’t enjoy videos, here is the full tutorial in steps!
4. Create a Category Tag. If you already have one, you can skip this. But for this tutorial, if I were a teacher, I would create one category for all of my classes. So click where the arrow shows you here.
5. Name your Category – include the plural form of your name (ex: classes instead of class) to better help Dokkio’s AI find every single file you may need in said category. You may add a description to the Category, here Dokkio autofilled it for me. Then, select every single possible file type you may have in this category or just your most used ones; Dokkio will be able to cover you even if you don’t select every single file type you may have in this category anyway. Here, I’ve selected “Images”, “Videos”, “PDFs”, “Spreadsheets”, “Documents”, “Presentations”, and “Other Files”.
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Good cloud wiki online file organizer app