Stuff related to configuring and setting up Docly.

Con­nect Doc­ly as Net­work Dri­ve
Connect to Docly™ as harddrive in Windows using Web DAV. Use tools like Windows Explorer or Visual Studio Code for convenient access to your Docly files.
Set­ting up Vi­sual Stu­dio Co­de for Doc­ly
Visual Studio Code is a source code editor developed by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and macOS. It includes support for debugging, embedded Git control, syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, snippets, and code refactoring. It's a great and free tool for programming the modern web!
Set­ting up my own do­main in Doc­ly
Follow this guide if you want to publish your Docly content on your own domain.
How to bac­kup your fi­les from Doc­ly
The Docly cloud servers are already backed up and all your files are stored in a strategical way. Backing up your Docly files will give you complete control over them and you can store them in any way you like. By backing up Docly you can also archive old files and free storage in your Docly account.
Bulk crea­te fol­ders and do­cument­s
Follow this guide to create many folders and documents in one operation. Copy and paste from Excel or other lists.
Con­nect to Doc­ly with FT­P
Use the FTP protocol to connect to your Docly folders, scan to FTP from printers or script something cool.
Set­ting up cus­tom co­lumn­s