You can create folders underneath each organization to further organize and categorize your projects. This way you can keep all the related projects together in one place and make it easier to find information.
Folders can contain one or more projects. There is no limit on how many projects you add to one folder. You can also navigate to the Folder’s Panorama view and have all the tasks from the projects listed out in one place.
Tip: Creating folders is optional. But it can definitely help organize your projects when you have a lot of them.
Learn more about Quire’s hierarchy.
There are two ways to create a folder.
Click on the ⋯ icon when hovering over an organization at the sidebar and select Create folder.
Enter a name for your folder and click Create. After a folder is created, you can drag your projects into the folder at the sidebar.
Another way to create a folder is to navigate to the Organization’s Overview. Scroll down and click +Add folder. After the folder is created, you can then drag the projects into it.
Note: All the folders will be visible to all the members in the organization.
Click the folder at the sidebar. You can find the Edit name and description at the dropdown menu arrow next to the folder name at the top.
Here you will be able to change the name of the folder and add description to it so other members can have more information about it.
You can change the color and the icon for the folder as well. Simply click on the default icon and upload an image in your favor or select a new icon in the menu. Also, you can choose to display the folder icon in the sidebar or in the workspace header by enabling the option below.
Click on the dropdown menu arrow beside the folder name at the top of your workspace and select Delete….
Note: If you delete a folder, the projects inside will not be deleted.
The Panorama view for Folders is only available in the Professional, Premium, Enterprise plans. More information can be found on our Pricing page.
Panorama view allows you to view all the tasks across all projects in the folder. Select the folder at the sidebar, then click the List tab to access the Panorama view.
In this view, you can make good use of the filter bar to view the specific tasks that you would like to see. For example, you can group the tasks by date and by assignees to view the tasks that you need to focus on for today and the tasks that your team members have to do in the upcoming days.