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I have already recently reorganised my library of 9,000+ images.
They were all stored in the single "uploads" folder. I created several sub-folders, and used some plugins to move them to there.
eg. from uploads/79260-thumbnail.jpg to uploads/media/folio/clients/beet-tv/2022/03/79260-thumbnail.jpg
Now I have a more nested library, easier to move things around.

1. If I buy your plugin and use it to store my library in Amazon S3, will images get stored in the bucket in the same physical structure as on my site? ie. in the media/folio/clients/beet-tv/2022/03/ sub-folders, not just at the top level of uploads?

2. If I ever change the folder structure further (whether adding new ones or changing existing ones), will the plugin recognise this at the site level and, importantly, will it sync these changes to S3 such that the folder structure on the S3 side would also change?
eg. from uploads/media/folio/clients/beet-tv/2022/03/79260-thumbnail.jpg to uploads/media/some-new-idea/79260-thumbnail.jpg
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6 months ago
Hi,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.

1. If I buy your plugin and use it to store my library in Amazon S3, will images get stored in the bucket in the same physical structure as on my site? ie. in the media/folio/clients/beet-tv/2022/03/ sub-folders, not just at the top level of uploads?

2. If I ever change the folder structure further (whether adding new ones or changing existing ones), will the plugin recognise this at the site level and, importantly, will it sync these changes to S3 such that the folder structure on the S3 side would also change?
eg. from uploads/media/folio/clients/beet-tv/2022/03/79260-thumbnail.jpg to uploads/media/some-new-idea/79260-thumbnail.jpg


Yes, you can offload all files in your Media library to your S3 account. Our WP Media Folder plugin is based on the WP media library default.
We just create virtual folders to manage media in the library. So the default path will be the current path that you upload to the Media library.

e.g: Amazon S3> Buckets > joomunited > WP Media Folder - Good/ > wp-content/ > uploads/

So it's not possible to change folder structure in S3.


Hope it helps!
Cheers,
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