You can drag files from your local desktop directly into any ioGates library folder and it will be copied in with subfolders, files, and all. Just like folders on your local computer!
With great power comes great responsibility.
This means that a single drag and drop can move massive amounts of data to the ioGates library. So as a result of releasing this power, we made the new uploader more robust and with a resume feature. If the connection accidentally drops, your upload will resume from where it broke, so you don't have to upload the entirety again.
There are three areas in the ioGates interface you can drag files to. When you drag files into the ioGates library, the folder you are hovering over will become darker, and when you release your files, the upload will begin. You can view the progress in the top right corner. You can also select a folder in the ioGates library and then drag your files into the area above the menu bar. I find this the easiest way. The third way is dragging your files to the area under the ioGates menu bar and letting go. Drag files onto here, and they will be going into the classic "inbox".
These new features bring the total sum of ioGates input/output workflows to nine:
- Drag and drop to any library folder.
- Direct FTPS upload to any library folder.
- Automatically upload and download with ioGates Desktop app.
- Upload on all ioGates Smart links
- Cell phone upload from Smart links
- Upload app for Android and iOS cell phones.
- AWS S3 upload and download.
- Public upload point.
- Massive.io accelerated upload.