DTTGO - how to clip into non-Inbox folder

One thing which I still miss in DTTGO is the ability to clip into non-Inbox folder in the database (let us say i have a “Read Later” folder which I want to clip into directly).
Right now, everything must be clipped into Inbox, and then from inbox can be rearranged into appropriate folders. Which takes a lot of effort, especially on mobile. Surely I could write some smart rules in DT3 and let them re-arrange, but this is not possible on the go.

Is there a way to clip directly into the target folder?

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No, this is not possible at this time.

Remember iOS ≠ macOS, so the experience and options have different considerations and limitations.

Understood re iOS != macOS.
QQ: do you plan to introduce this highly important feature?
Motivation: Sorting/moving of files in the iOS is no fun, so ideally it would be great to be able to place this file where it belongs during clipping.
User-story: as a user I want to clip my files into the folders which I want (and not into Inbox only).
Thanks for your time :slight_smile:

This is on our long list of possibilities, however I can’t commit to any particular feature. Feasibility, development requirements, and the broadness of the need are all factors we have to consider.

Thanks. This would make DTTGO comparable to “competition” on mobile (I know they are not directly comparable to DT3) e.g. Evernote/Notion.

My only work around to this is to use tags

You can add tags, but the content still ends up in the inbox.
I never find time to sort this, so it is ever-growing.

You could set up Smart Rules (or maybe one Smart Rule with a sorting script) to sort by tags in DT.

This is not possible on my iPad, i think.

Is this a desktop feature?
I will never use this on desktop.

Also, is this not only available for Mac?
I will not have a Mac till the end of my live - i’m Windows based.

You are right, Smart Rules are a (fantastic) feature of the Mac version. As the OP mentioned DT 3 I was under the misconception that you are using it too.

DEVONthink 3 is a good reason to get a Mac :slight_smile:

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