Why aren’t my folders appearing in the Table of Contents?

Using the Advanced Table of Contents features in Casedo, it is possible to add both folders and subfolders to any Table of Contents.

If you’ve tried to use this feature and have found that the folders are not appearing in the Table of Contents, it could be because the folders are empty. When a folder is not empty, the documents inside it are indented below it, see the illustrations below.

1.  If the folder has a toggle arrow to the left of the folder icon and the documents below it are indented, the folder is not empty. It contains the indented documents.

2.  If the folder doesn’t have a toggle arrow to the left of the folder icon and the documents below it are not indented, the folder is empty.

Once documents have been put into folders, then the folders will show in the Table of Contents according to the article linked at the top of this page.

To learn more about how to add documents to folders have a look at the following articles:

 

–  How to add documents and folders to an existing folder

–  How to order documents inside a folder

 

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Article relevant to Casedo v1.4.2 and above

 

Page updated January 28, 2021