How to manage files in GarageBand iOS (iPhone/iPad)

How to manage files in GarageBand iOS (iPhone/iPad)

If you create muse using GarageBand iPhone or GarageBand iPad, you may have a lot of project files and be looking for a way to manage your files and organize your GarageBand folders.

In this video, I take you through a complete guide to file management in GarageBand iOS, including:
– Using GarageBand and the Files app to manage files
– Difference between the “Recent” and “Browse” tabs
– Managing locations in the Files app (Google Drive, Dropbox, etc)
– “On My iPhone”, “On My iPad” and “iCloud Drive” locations
– GarageBand File Transfer folder
– Sync your project files with iCloud Drive
– Sharing your project files across different devices
– Collaborating with other users on a GarageBand iOS project
– Sorting and changing the view display
– Adding new folders
– Select, copy, move and rename project files
– How to share projects on Google Drive, Dropbox and other cloud storage platforms

Phew! That’s a lot of stuff!
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