If using IDA through SUI seems too limited or the command line commands aren't an option for you, you can use the Cyberduck program on Windows and Mac OS:X to manage your IDA folders and files through a graphical interface. The following instructions will guide you in installing and configuring Cyberduck:
Download the Cyberduck version 4.9.1 installer from https://cyberduck.io/changelog/. Later versions can have problems connecting to IDA and slow transfer speeds. We're looking into the matter.
Install Cyberduck on your computer. Installing the program might require (depending on how your organization's IT is setup) privileged installation rights. If during the installation of Cyberduck you are requested for privileged creditials that you don't have, contact your organization's IT-support and ask them to come install Cyberduck for you.
Download the IDA.cyberduckprofile file from /documents/30264/0/IDA.cyberduckprofile/d4351caa-a3b3-4432-b759-e837cf46142a
Copy the file to the following directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Cyberduck\Profiles (Note. The directory path might differ if you installed Cyberduck to a different directory.)
After installation, start Cyberduck by using the Cyberduck shortcut on your Desktop. The main view of Cyberduck has a 'Open Connection' button in the top left corner. The name of the button might be different if your operating system language is something other than English. Click the previously mentioned button.
Fill in the fields of the 'Open Connection' dialog as shown in the picture below. Change the username and directory path (/ida/organization/project) to suit your needs and then click 'Connect'.
Notice that you have to use your IDA password when connecting with Cyberduck. You should have received your IDA password automatically by email when your IDA account was created. After clicking 'Connect' Cyberduck should connec to the IDA service and you should be able to see a view of the files and folders in your project path. You can drag & drop files and folders from IDA and to IDA, or you can right click a folder or file (or an empty space) and select one of the many "Download" or "Upload" options.