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3.4.12   Importing From iOS

There are a variety of ways to import from your iPhone or iPad into the EagleFiler library on your Mac.

Importing URLs

When you’re viewing a Web page or app content that has a link, you can save the link to a cloud service:

When you get back to your Mac, you can then open the saved links and import them into EagleFiler in the usual manner or via script.

If your EagleFiler library is stored in iCloud Drive or another cloud service, you can directly save a Safari Web page into your library in Web archive or PDF format. Tap the Share button in Safari, then tap Options to select the desired format, then tap Save to Files and choose the To Import folder or the Files folder for your library. Alternatively, you can save a bookmark file using this app.

Bulk Importing URLs

Drafts can append URLs (using a Web Capture Template of [[url]]) to a text file in Dropbox or iCloud Drive. You can then import all the links at once by pasting the file’s contents into EagleFiler’s Import URLs… window.

Importing Files

If your EagleFiler library is not stored in the cloud, you can use your iOS device to save files to a folder in iCloud Drive and then import those files either manually or via a script.

If your EagleFiler library is stored in the cloud, there are a variety of apps you can use to create new files. If you save them in your library’s Files folder or To Import folder, they will be automatically imported to the library back on your Mac.

Importing Photos and Scans

See the Import from iPhone Camera section of the manual.

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