Hi, Thanks for the answer.
I'm getting into more details to make sure we both see eye-to-eye.
We are a company of about 10 people. We have Google Apps Domain as our mail-calendar-docs service. When we start grow we decide to use SyncDocs (thank you) because Google Docs is great but it's not Word and will not be PowerPoint in term of abilities.
We did not had and still don't have clear rules of how to organize documents, specifically shared documents.
We end up with people usually share single document with other people which result in one big pile of documents inside each of our My Google Docs directory.
I would like to organize our shared document and as much as I don't like directories it's the only tool I have so I'll manage with it.
Another important tool is that if I share a collection name Clients and someone else share a collection name Clients both of our documents will be visible inside the same Clients directory inside our each My Google Docs directory (correct me if I'm wrong).
1. Decide on shared document strategy. When document goes into which collection.
2. Stop SyncDocs on all the machines of everyone in our company
3. Reorganize documents on each user account to match our shared document strategy.
4. Re-enable SyncDocs and hope it will move each local copy into place
I will do small scale reorganization before going all-the-way, thank you for that idea.
I will try to leave SyncDocs running during the small scale trail and see how it goes.
I just want to make sure with you I'll not create garbage during this process.