Last Reviewed:  February 23, 2023

Auto-Expand Folders

You can't expand all folders by default. We had this in place long ago, and it slowed things down so much we had to pull it.

But we do have a setting that will get you halfway there.

Go to Settings > Manage Files. Select the option called Double-Clicking Drawer/Folder Expands All Subfolders.

This works just like it sounds. If you double-click a drawer or folder, all of its subfolders will expand. Double-clicking a folder again will collapse it.

This gives you an easy way to fully expand folders when you need it, but doesn't slow the system down.

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