We have 4 icons that hint at what’s happening with our files:
Trimble Connect - Synced
Trimble Connect - Available Offline
Bookmarked - For models that exist in the Files App and are saved directly there
Blue Folder Icon - This is for models that exist in the Sketchup App, but do not exist on Trimble or Files app. It’s strange that the icon is the same as the Files App, but it doesn’t refer to files in the Files App.
I think I got this right… If so, I suggest:
Trimble Icon Models - Both icons should be kept;
Sketchup - Models existing in Sketchup should have a Sketchup icon
Files - Models existing in the Files App should have the Files Icon.
For the 4 icons that hint at where the files are stored:
Trimble Connect - Lives in the cloud
Trimble Connect Offline - “Lives in the cloud” but there’s a local copy that’s cached so that you can work offline. The local copy is automatically synced when you are online. The sync is bidirectional, meaning that if a new version is published to Connect, the local copy will be updated automatically. If the local copy is updated (when offline, for example) it will be published to Connect automatically, once you’re back online.
Blue Folder Icon - This is for models that are stored locally in the Files App in the SketchUp application folder under On My iPad > SketchUp.
Bookmarked - For models that exist in the Files app, and that are either stored locally on the device, but not in the SketchUp application folder, or are stored in a 3rd party service or app. For example, if/when you open a SketchUp file, via the Files app, from Dropbox, or your Documents app. iOS does not give us enough information to know exactly where the file is stored, or enough info to keep track of it… so we treat its location as being “bookmarked” as living somewhere other than Connect or the SketchUp application folder.