Here is another plugin that lets you bring more organization to your Media Library. Cloudfiles lets you create, rename, delete, and move folders to organize your uploaded files into folders. What’s neat is you can sync files with Amazon S3, Google Drop, OneDrive, and Dropbox.How to: automate WordPresss tasks Thanks to this plugin, you can […]
Ever wished that you could organize the WordPress Media Library with folders? As your site grows, it can be hard to keep track of all your media files because WordPress doesn’t do a great job of organizing them with its native features. Folders let you neatly organize every file so that you can always find it when needed, which is great for everyone from bloggers to photographers, WooCommerce store owners, and lots more.
Looking for an easy way to connect the WordPress Media Library to Google Drive? In this article, I’m going to show you a simple way to sync your WordPress Media Library with Google Drive in both directions. That is, when you add a file to your WordPress Media Library, that file will show up in Google Drive. But it also works in the other direction – when you add a file to Google Drive, it will show up in your WordPress Media Library.
Struggling to organize your WordPress Media Library? When you first launch your site, it’s easy to keep track of all your image and media files because…well, there just aren’t that many of them. However, as your site grows, it gets a lot more difficult to keep a handle on everything because the WordPress Media Library just throws everything together in one bin.