Folders can be used to help you manage your content. These are just to help you organize your maps on the Vendor Site and will not affect the appearance and presentation of your products on the Map Store. Here is everything you need to know about the Folders feature:
Creating a Folder
A folder can be created by clicking the Add New button on the top-right corner of the Maps screen and selecting Folder. You can then enter a title for your new folder. Folders must have a unique Title. You can nest multiple folders inside one another.
Folders will always appear at the top of the Maps table for ease of selection even when you sort or search. They will also be denoted by a folder icon next to the Title.
Editing a Folder
You can edit your folders after you create them by clicking the Edit icon to the right of the folder. You can Rename your folder, Delete it, or Move it in or out of other folders. Deleting a folder using the Edit button will only delete that folder and not any folders contained. If you wish to bulk delete folders, you will need to use the Actions button to do so.
Note: Deleting a folder will not delete the contents as Maps and Bundles cannot be deleted. Deleting a folder will take the products out of the deleted folder and placed in the directory of the deleted folder.
Adding Maps to a Folder
Maps and Bundles created while you are viewing the contents of a folder will add that product directly into the folder. You can also move products into a folder by clicking the Edit icon next to an individual product, or by selecting multiple products and selecting the Actions menu.
Folders can also be used to perform bulk actions on your map products quickly and easily. You can select Folders using the checkboxes on the left and using the Actions button. Any actions that cannot be performed on the contents will be reported while the remaining content that can be successfully changed will be done so.
Note: Archived maps in a folder will not have actions performed on them unless you explicitly select them. Archived maps are hidden by default to prevent any actions from being performed on them by mistake.