Folders for attachments
It would be nice to organize your files into folder so you do not have to scroll so far looking for items
Andrew Ettery commented
I feel uncomfortable with all my files not organised into sub folders. Yuk! The amount of storage space is a real asset with PlanBook and it seems wrong to have all the files in flat storage. Sometimes I think "I'm sure I had a worksheet for xyz" but I would not be able to find it easily in the current scheme.
Emily Obert commented
It would be super convenient if when I uploaded an attachment for chemistry is saved to a chemistry file folder. That way I could more easily find the attachments for that class from year to year.
Great idea! Please do this!
Wes C commented
This is what I was going to request. This would be a great addition :)
Tona Speltz commented
I came to the feedback page specifically to request this. Thanks!
Amanda Johnson commented
Agreed. I'm a new user but this would be so helpful in the future!
Alice McPherson commented
I would LOVE the ability to create a resource folder that students can access. It would be so much easier for students to access a folder for the unit and find all of their materials. Plus, I have a hard time finding my documents in the LONG list once I upload them.
Sarra Lev commented
That way I can upload their completed assignment (that they do in a separate document) with my comments attached and they can see it in relation to their grade.
A folder for uploaded files and strategies would be helpful as well. I have 504 strategies, ELL strategies, ESE accommodations, etc that I would love to keep separate.
It would be very helpful for a teacher to be able to create file folders! Then, during the upload process one could select what folder to drop the uploaded file.
I have switched grade levels for 5 years within the same school. It would be nice to have a folder to keep all the uploaded files. If I go back to that grade level the files will still be there but not in my uploaded files list that I have to go though from last year.
Dober, Virginia commented
I agree. I am hesitant to attach files because searching for them is still so cumbersome.
the reason I think my idea will help is because then anything you add to your planbook will not be allover the place when you actually need it.
This would really be helpful! I end up just going back to my computer and uploading the file there because the long list drives me nuts!
Jan Long commented
Ability to keep files in folders and sub-folders rather than one very very long list.
Kevin Jordan commented
Let users create their own folder system for organizing their uploaded files. For users with a lot of files, new versions and old versions get very confusing. It would greatly assist organization if the files were shown as something other than one long list.
Rebecca Kimbrell commented
I have several videos and documents. It is already getting hard to swim through so many files. I also suggest that a unit and lesson plan reservoir.