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Internalz FavoritesIf you want to do any sort of file management on your webOS device, you will need to connect your device to a computer and access the, or you can use use a good File Manager app. There are quite a few great apps available, including or by Jason Robitaille, by OMA Studios, or and by pcworldSoftware. While each of these apps have their own unique benefits, one feature found in Internalz/InternalzPro and Gemini is the ability to bookmark those folders that you use most often for quick access.

To set a folder bookmark in Internalz or InternalzPro

  • Find a folder that you want to add as a bookmark
  • Press-and-hold on that folder until a pop-up menu appears and select "Info"
  • On the top-right corner of the screen, tap on Favorites - not set to set this as a favorite. The star will turn to Favorites - set to indicate it has been set.
  • on phones or from the top-left to access the dropdown menu and select "Back" to go back to the file manager.
  • While in the file manager, just tap on the Internalz - Favorites on the top-left of the screen to view your entire list of bookmarked folders (called "Favorites" in the app).  Tap on the folder you want to navigate there
  • You can remove a bookmark by repeating the steps above, or just the folder from the "Favorites" page.
  • Note that in Internalz and Internalz Pro, you can also bookmark files in additional to folders

To set a folder bookmark in Gemini (TouchPad only):

  • Navigate to the folder that you want to add as a bookmark
  • Tap the Gemini Favorites icon below the folder tree and tap the "+ Add" option from the pop-up
  • Add a name for the bookmark in a pop-up dialog box, as this will be how you can tell all your bookmarks apart. Tap the "Add" button when complete
  • To access the bookmarks, tap the Gemini Favorites icon again and you will see a list of all your bookmarks.
  • Unfortunately, you are not able to delete individual bookmarks, but you can reset them all by going to the Settings tab on the top-left of the screen and tapping the "Delete All Bookmarks"  button
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