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SharePoint supports drag and drop. When dragging items to folders you will see a blue dotted line appear around any location you can move the item to. For more options, use the Move to feature.
Move To will allow you to move items around your SharePoint site as well as move items to other SharePoint sites that you have access to.
Step 1:Select files or folders in a SharePoint library to move or copy.
Step 2:On the command bar along the top, select Move to or Copy to.
Step 3:Choose a destination in the current library, OneDrive, or another SharePoint site, then select Move here or Copy here. If a site isn’t listed, at the bottom of the site list on the left, select More places.
Step 4:If you want to move or copy your files to a new folder, select the new folder icon in the top right corner to add a new folder. Enter a name for the folder and select Create. You can then select the new folder and select Move here or Copy here.
Move or copy files in SharePoint
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