Allow us to save individual docs into specific folders. Will make it so we don't have to have a running doc for each thing. Example: client meetings. Can have a doc for each meeting, and save all meeting docs into a folder named for the client.
It's so easy and would be of great help.
In Docs view not only sort docs by date, but also display them as tree structure according to basic structure of list and folders
It'll be like TOC for all your knowledge
YES PLEASE! I just discovered Clickup and this would seal the deal for me.
@Anil Kumar: That's what I was gonna write! :P
@Kimberley Shepherd: 👍
@Nick: <wild cheers and applause>
@Nick: ooooh yeaaaaahhh
@Nick: Great! Thank you :)
The doc editing functionality is world class.
Adding the abilities listed here (Folder hierarchy, ability to associate docs with Spaces/Projects/Lists/Tasks) would make Clickup the absolute killer app.
@Sami Mikhail: Yes, look at those other editing features in software like evernote etc and its been the same editor for years, stale projects etc - Clickup is awesome
I would like to see a Folder< Subfolder hierarchy with the ability to tag both the folders and docs themselves. Almost like Windows explorer or Google Gmail.
I use OneNote and Google Keep where I put my notes into. I was hoping Clickup Docs could replace it, but nope, Clickup Docs is too slow and clunky compared to how smooth the other two work. But adding folder hierarchy would be helpful (Google Keep also doesn't have hierachy).
The way docs are setup now makes it very impractical to use on a large scale. Attaching docs to individual tasks is great, but if this is to be a replacement for a lot of what we currently do in Google docs, there needs to be a much better way to organize, search, manage, etc.
I agree this would be very helpful. Folders and tags.
Came to chime in on hierarchy and tagging for documents. Bonus if there could be some relational database building like Notion.
Hard to believe this basic tree structure of organizing for docs doesn't exist.... @Zeb