It’s difficult to argue with the old adage, ‘Necessity is the mother of invention.’ Somewhere in the not too distant past, a Mac user needed to create a folder full of folders and give each one a name and a sequential number. How do you do that?
There are two basic ways. Create a new folder within a folder, add the name and number, and repeat the process for as many folders as you need. It’s easy enough to create three or four folders with a name and a sequential number, but not so much for 100 folders.
Add the Loads of Folders app to your Mac and create as many folders with sequentially numbered names as you need. With a single click. That’s the trick.
Loads of Folders has a few options which make it more valuable to anyone who wants to name a large number of folders and add a number to each.
Each folder name can have a mix of prefix, space, numbers, and suffix. And, well, that’s pretty much it. Click the Create Folders button and Loads of Folders creates all the folders with prefix, suffix, and numbers within seconds. It couldn’t be much easier.
Why would you need folders named that way? Any Mac user who delves into photography, or has audio and video files, or any other file that must be archived will find Loads of Folders pretty handy to have around so files can be stored and easily retrieved.