Quick Access Popup can manage seven types of favorites and offer two ways to group them. The types of favorites are:
- Folder: Add your most frequently used local or network directories to reach them in a snap in a Windows Explorer, a file dialog box or a custom file manager.
- Document: Insert your day-to-day documents in you menu and launch them in their native application from any window.
- Application: Add your favorite applications and get full control on their execution (with command line parameters and working directory).
- Special Folder: Add Windows system folders from a list of more than 50 special folders, for example: Libraries, Recent items, Recycle Bin, Startup folder, History, Favorites, Quick Launch, Downloads, Cookies, Temporary files, etc.
- Link (URL): Add your preferred web pages and open them in your default browser at any time or in a specific browser if specified in advanced settings.
- FTP Site: Open FTP sites in Explorer, Directory Opus or Total Commander, with login name and password inserted in site address (take note that the password is not encrypted, is saved in the settings file and sent on Internet in clear text - be cautious if your password protects sensitive data!).
- Snippet: Insert sequences of characters that can be typed in a flash when you need to insert them in any application (snippets help).
- Text Separator: Insert a text menu separator at the current menu position.
- QAP Feature: Insert Quick Access Popup features like Switch, Reopen a Folder, Drives, Add This Folder or Link, etc. in any submenu and assign them the shortcuts and icons of you choice.
In addition to these favorite types, the Add Favorite dialog box offer two special types that allow you to group your favorites:
- Submenu: Gather related favorites in a submenu; submenus can be nested at will and each of them can be assigned shortcuts or icons.
- Group: Launch a group of favorites of any type in one click or one shortcut.
- Shared Menu: Manage the content of a submenu in an external file that can be saved on a network drive or a shared folder (like Dropbox) and used on different PCs. Shared menu can be used in three flavors:
- Personal shared menu;
- Collaborative shared menu for team or workgroup;
- Centralized shared menu.
- See shared menus help.