Synchronize 2 Subfolders out of 50 Subfolders

I have opened the left and right panes of a dual lister in a folder "Merry's Documents" which is in two different paths.

In Synchronize, I add the following filter:

Subfolder "Doski" has a difference of one file. Running the Synchronize, no differences are.

Please help. Syntax error? Use Full Path instead? And instead? Thanks.

Instead of Location, use Full Path.

Instead of Merry's Documents\xyz\*.* use *\Merry's Documents\xyz\*.

If that still doesn't work, try changing Merry's Documents to just Documents in case it's the real path and the longer name is just a display name. (Don't think that should matter, but it's possible, if those are the Windows-provided documents folders or copies of them.)

Thank you very much. This did the trick:


It works for a few folders but the process is unwieldy with, say, ten or more folders.

For this reason, I would request a feature where simply selecting the folders, opening the Synchronize pane and hitting Compare synchronized those selected folders.

Thank you.

Bump this for the feature request to simply select folders, open the Synchronize pane and hitting Compare to synchronize those selected folders. This would be more efficient than opening and closing many subfolders and more efficient than analyzing 50 synced subfolders in the parent folder.

If you don't want to analyse the comparison results you can just use Copy UPDATEALL or Copy UPDATEEXISTING.

I understand these options.

OTOH, neither of these, singly or combined, equal what Synchronize provides. Other file managers can synchronize by selecting a single or multiple folders without having to open each folder. I continue to think Opus should provide this option, built in.

This is not to ignore that Opus has more features and more easily accessible features than any other Windows file manager.

You can already do that using the Find Sync command. Similar to what I showed here, except you wouldn’t want the NOAUTORUn and may want other arguments to configure how it syncs.