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Does the Library support folders?

Folders, categories and tags are often requested by users, and I'm working hard to improve GIFwrapped's support so that organising your Library is much easier.

When sorting by name, the Library groups GIFs together by folder. It's not quite as neat as being able to browse down into the folder itself, but it's a great start. All those GIFs of Benedict Cumberbatch you've been arduously collecting will be grouped together, and you won't have to go over the entire library to find them any more.

Searching also supports folders, so as you tap in a few characters of your folder's name, your library will filter down until just that folder's contents are displayed. You can then search even further, and a search for "cumber promise" will find benadict-cumberbatch/promise.gif, no problems!

Sharing a URL for the GIF will also work entirely as expected when using folders, even if you use the mysterious "Custom" linking option found in Settings.

As of v2.0, GIFwrapped can also handle moving GIFs in and out of folders much more easily. If you open the Info screen—by first opening the GIF preview and swiping up—you'll find a Move to Folder option that allows doing just that. You can even rename the GIF while you're at it!

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