Apple's Files app is its mobile version of iCloud Drive - similar to Dropbox or Google Drive - but with a difference - it shows all files stored on your devices as well as in your cloud service of choice. Photos, pdf documents, and html web pages can be saved and then organized in customized Folders and sub-Folders - and viewed within Tidy Health. When Files app is full, data is moved encrypted to Apple’s remote iCloud servers.
Your Files manager is Tidy Files. Your uploads are organized and integrated inside pre-set galleries - Documents / X-rays / Labs - so you can quickly find what you are seeking. Whenever you add a File in one section (such as Vaccinations), a duplicate is saved in one of the Tidy Files galleries.
To save any sort of File -
open it > tap share icon > select Save To Files
To add File within Tidy Health app -
Tap + Add > Files > Browse > Storage Location of choice > Edit
To create new Folder - swipe down on Folder menu -
Files > Browse > tap folder icon > Add New Folder > Open > Save
To create sub-Folders -
Files > Browse > Open Folder > Add sub-Folder > Open > Save
To save html Web pages on device -
Open web page > tap Share icon > Save to Files > Name File > Add File
To restore deleted files on Mac - if less than 30 days -
Go to iCloud.com > Settings > Advanced > Restore Files
To restore deleted files on Mac - if more than 30 days -
Go to Finder > iCloud Drive > Time Machine > Find File > Restore