folder hierarchy

folder hierarchy

The organization of folders (directories) on a hard disk, which is drive-folder-file. See Win Folder organization.
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Create Local Folders allows users to generate folders in their Windows working folder hierarchy to match the Vault folders.
On every computer with which you have registered the same account, all files constantly update to the latest available version in the same folder hierarchy. Both Google and Dropbox let you selectively sync on each computer, too, choosing specific files to keep up to date.
The tips on creating a workable folder hierarchy are particularly well done.
Users also can browse content through a familiar folder hierarchy paradigm.
FileTracer lets the user find and open files quickly by simply typing in the name of the file, avoiding the need to click through the folder hierarchy first.
Fields, tabs, drop-down lists and the desktop folder hierarchy are all configurable to address an organization's specific processes.
A new feature, called Nested Workspaces, now gives customers the flexibility to design their FTP folder hierarchy anyway that suits their organization, yet still provides the ultimate in user access control.
Version 1.0 provided three ways to classify a document for later retrieval: via a structured folder hierarchy, by capturing metadata and keywords to a document profile, or by way of user-defined categories designed for browsing.