Where do you want to move? In iOS, you do not have true file structure, you can access a file via a supported app. In your Photos app all videos stay under the album Video. You can certainly save the videos in another supported app. Or you can just keep them in Photos, and organize them in new albums if you like, it is just like folders.
How can I move a whole folder to my iPad hard drive? I have many files and it would take hours to move all the files. Plus I want to refresh these files from my Windows computer every few weeks.
The new iPad Pro has file structure now. How can I move a folder of PDFs from the Dropbox app into the dedicated files app on the iPad Pro?
Hey @getgealthyllc and peeps! Welcome to the Dropbox Community.
You should be able to export files to your mobile device's internal storage or to another app.
If the relevant options don't appear, could you send me a screenshot (without any personal info) of what you see?
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