One small tips for the day, as probably you’ve experienced many times before, when you try to merge two folders into one you will probably copy/past or cut/past all the content inside one folder into another folder. Well there is actually an easy way, a much easier time saving way (especially when you want to merge two large folders and their files/documents/subdirectories) It applies when the two folder are in the same leave, meaning they are under the same root or higher directory.
Just simply rename the folder into the same name as another folder, for example here I have two folders “images” and “tinymce” just rename one of them into the same name, in this case I want to merge them into both “images” folder.
Click Yes to complete the operation.
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