how does WPMF compare to the WP plugin "Media Library Assistant"? (link below)
this plugin seems to be able to create folders, and do bulk actions (moving between folders, bulk uploading), and happens to be free by donation
I installed it to test out, and hey, all seems to work... but, man, does it ever have a LOT of capabilities, many revolving around MIME types, taxonomies, etc, etc, and frankly I can't begin to understand what it means... so, I just left all on default an all seemed OK
however, your plugin seems to be much simpler, and probably all I really need... my main goal is to be able to better organize my images, by placing them into folders, just like I would do on my regular PC... I need to be able to move files between folders, and do bulk upload of images... also, ned to be able to see these folders when I need to pick an image, not just from regular page/post edit screens, but also from *directly within* the insert file screens of 3rd party plugins, eg. slideshow sliders like Slider Revolution and Layer Slider... most of my files would be plain images
the native WP media manager is a joke for this, since it piles all files into one big heap sorted by month uploaded, which seems useless and is brutal to navigate through once you have more than 50 files!
*** Q: am I missing something here, or does your plugin do all that MLA does (for my needs anyway), but without the features/capabilities overkill that I fear MLA has? ***
WPMF sure does look a lot simpler and I like the visual look of the folders... I don't mind paying $14 at all, but sure like to be able to test it out first
INFO for MLA here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/media-library-assistant/