The Syncplicity for iPhone app is designed as a set of layers. The first layer is the home screen, the next layer is main menu as shown below, and the last layer is the files, favorites, activity feed, or shared links view that you choose. At any level, you can long tap to dismiss the view.
To navigate the folders in your account, start by tapping the Files icon in the main menu.
You can see a list of folders. These are the top-level folders. Any folder within a folder is considered to be a subfolder.
The folder icons represent the following:
: Your private folder.
: Your folder that you shared with others.
: Folder shared with you.
: Deleted folder (could be blue too).
: Favorite folder (could be blue too).
Files are color coded by type instead of owner or shared. The following shows the icons for a file:
: Microsoft Word document
: Microsoft PowerPoint document
: Deleted file
Tap a folder to see its contents. Tap any subfolder to see its contents. The levels of folders are stacked in form of sheets on top of another. The example below shows the Corporate Communications folder > January folder > January Announcements document.
If you need to refresh the screen to see any very recent changes, tap and drag down the screen until you see the reloading arrow then let go.
To go back one level, tap the left arrow at the top or swipe right. You can also tap a folder name (even though you can only see a partial folder name) on the left side to see that folder’s contents.
You can go many levels deep, although only three levels are shown at any point. Each previous folder is shown as a column to the left. If the iPhone screen gets crowded, you can pinch and squeeze to focus on the column you wish to view. Conversely, you can pinch and expand to show more columns.
To see your path of nested folders, tap the name of the folder at the top of the screen, also called the breadcrumb view. Breadcrumbs quickly help you to navigate to any folder level. In this case, tap January to display all the folders back to the top-level folder, Corporate Communications. You can then tap the X to delete the view and return to the previous view.
At the list of top-level of folders, you can tap the down caret at the top of the screen to go back to the main menu. The Files bar is docked at the bottom of the screen so you can easily return the list of folders.
TIP: At any folder screen, you can tap long tap and swipe down to dock the view and go to main menu. You can also log tap and swipe left or dismiss the current view and go to main menu.