Folder details in a Document Library for File Path - continual scrolling to the bottom

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In SharePoint Online, in a Modern Document Library, if I go to click on 

 

  1. Select the Folder
  2. Click on Details icon
  3. Get to the More Details
  4. SCROLL ^3
  5. FINALLY get down to the BOTTOM for Path and can click on it to copy the direct path
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The issue I have is that I have to CONTINUALLY SCROLL DOWN and DOWN and DOWN to get to the bottom of ALL the activity.  This is something that is not too hold so maybe 20 seconds of scrolling with all the "activity" I do NOT care about, I wan the PATH!

 

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I can finally get to the bottom and THEN get to the PATH to click and copy the direct path link.

 

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Is there no way to make the "More Details" NOT display and only have the "Type folder" Path to make it so I can click that and avoid scrolling and getting frustrated?

3 Replies

@gagwalsaurabh 

 

I don't think there is any SharePoint out of the box way to hide the "More details" section to show the Path option at the top (with less scrolling).

 

You can try clicking on the "More details" text or icon which collapses/expands the whole section - not sure if it helps with your problem: 

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"More Details" section expands the section but the issue is I want to get to the part where we copy the FILEPATH from, as seen in screenshot 2. I have to keep scrolling because that section is at the end. Is there any other place from where i can get the FILEPATH details?
I have had the same issue. this is what I use as a workaround:
1. File save as to the same folder and add an extension such as "1" at the end of the file.
2. I copy the file path of the new file and just subtract out the "1" or whatever you choose as the extension.