Note: Apps that are locked with a password or Touch ID can’t be accessed within the Files app.
There’s always a theme, and this week it’s Files. Sure, your two favorite geeks talk about a LOT more than that, but Files are always there. The Files app in iOS, looking at your files on macOS in new ways, finding files that can be deleted, and time files when you’re having fun. What? Just listen and enjoy. It’s easier that way.
In this piece, we’ll look at the changes announced for iOS, including drag and drop support, a new List view in OneDrive, support for Apple’s Files app, coauthoring improvements, and search-across-organization in Outlook.
The company cited low sales and overlap with Apple’s new Files app for iOS 11 as reason.
Accidentally deleted something from your Desktop? That’s no problem if you’ve got iCloud’s Desktop and Documents syncing feature turned on! In today’s Quick Tip, we’re gonna tell you how to recover those files within the first thirty days—and what to do if you need to remove one, permanently and pronto.
There were at least 11 software-related announcements during Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC).
Users will be able to drag and drop files between apps, and it will support iCloud Drive as well as third party cloud storage services. [Updated with additional information about other devices.]