Collection drag and drop lethal1 Recommended Answer
I think the problem is that Google is still of the mindset that Google Docs is for a single user with at most a few hundred documents. What works well with a small data set used by one person does not work well on a large volume of data used by several people. Now that Google markets GDocs as a business tool it needs to change the way it works.
I back up my documents using Spanning, and am most impressed. So I can revert to an earlier structure. But then I lose intermediate changes in data unless I compare the backup with the post backup status, restoring the best of both, which is not an easy procedure.
One tip is to colour each hierachical level icon differently. You then often immediately see if you have changed the structure since a wrong colour is seen in a column of differntly coloured collections. (The colours can be changed several collections at a time in the right hand pane). Another tip is that if an unwanted drag starts, move the mouse outside the screen and then click "Escape", and this avoids the need to use the undo function. The problem, of course, occurs when the structure is changed and one does not notice having done so.
Although the "Organize" function is slow, at least it was safe. I would not want to lose drag and drop, but it needs modifying.
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