These forums and our blog are fun of tips. However, out-of-the-box moving files to locations in databases is not the same as the Global Inbox since their internal groups don’t exist in the filesystem. If you’re moving files from point A to point B in the filesystem, you need the destination to exist as a file. Your groups (and the Inbox of a database) don’t exist as a file. That’s why other methods, like the Groups & Tags pane, exist.
I get that. Just thought there might be a more efficient way of moving things into DTP databases.
When I don’t create files (e.g., RTF or Word files) from within DTP, I usually save them on the desktop and then drag and drop them into DTP databases, groups, subgroups, etc. Just thought there might be a better, more efficient way of moving files into DTP.