You can store and sync documents across all your devices, including Mac, iPhone, and iPad, using iCloud Drive. You can manually create folders and move documents in the Files app and iCloud Drive
, and documents can be accessed from all computers, iOS devices, and iPadOS devices.
You can also download items stored only in iCloud Drive to your Mac, move items to your Mac and remove them from iCloud Drive, and view the sync status of iCloud Drive on your Mac.
Additionally, when you add your Desktop and Documents to iCloud Drive, all of your files move to iCloud and any new files you create are automatically stored in iCloud too.
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iCloud Drive is Apple's cloud-based file sharing system that allows users to store and sync their files across all their devices, including iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Users can manually create folders in iCloud Drive on Mac, iPhone, and iPad, or move files to new folders in the Files app on iPhone and iPad. By creating and organizing folders, users can access their important documents quickly and efficiently.
How to manually create folders and move documents in the Files app and iCloud Drive | iMore
iCloud Drive is a feature of MacOS that allows users to access and manage their data on the go. It contains folders created automatically for apps that support iCloud Drive, as well as files saved or moved into iCloud Drive or its folders. Users can also download items stored only in iCloud Drive to their Mac, move items to their Mac and remove them from iCloud Drive, and view the sync status of iCloud Drive on their Mac.
Work with folders and files in iCloud Drive - Apple Support