Organize your media files with CatFolders – the easier way to add unlimited, nested and sortable WordPress media folders. By default, the WordPress media library isn’t very helpful which is why having a plugin like CatFolders can keep your media organized with subfolders and advanced sorting (and even save server space by preventing you from uploading duplicate files). And when you use our coupon you can save 20%!
Just because you use the WordPress media library regularly, that doesn’t mean that you understand CatFolders or how it can help your WordPress site. So let’s dig into a few common questions.
Can You Organize the WordPress Media Library?
By default no, WordPress will dump media into date based folders. But with a plugin yes – this is why CatFolders is so handy. CatFolders allows you to be in control of how your media is organized, so you can add custom names for folders and subfolders, plus sort by name, date, last modified or author.
Does CatFolders Work with Gutenberg?
Yes, CatFolders is compatible with all of the top WordPress page builders which includes Gutenberg, Elementor, WPBakery, Divi, Beaver, Oxygen and more. As a bonus it’s also compatible with many other plugins, such as WooCommerce, so you should have no problem using CatFolders when editing any part of your site.
Is There a Free Version of CatFolders?
You’re in luck because, yes there is a CatFolders lite version and it is available for free on WordPress.org (so you can install it from your WordPress dashboard). The free version allows for bulk file select, upload to a specific folder, a collapsible folder sidebar, grid or list view and easy import options if you’re currently using a different media plugin.