• The tags and links to your files and folders are kept in a separate database so no modifications are needed. But if something is changed about the file or folder by yourself within the Windows File Explorer, the links to the tag are kept.

    Tracking changes

    Tags are kept when files and folder are moved or renamed.

  • The Windows File Explorer provides the means to manage your files and folders. The most common operations performed on files / folders or groups of files / folders include creating, opening (e.g. viewing, playing, editing or printing), renaming, copying, moving and deleting.

     

     

    With Tagging for Windows files and folders can be tagged. When operations, like renaming, copying, moving and deleting, are performed on tagged files or folders the Tagging information should be updated accordingly. To do this, Tagging for Windows keeps track of all the operations performed by the Windows File Explorer.

     

     

    When a tagged file or folder is renamed the new name of the file or folder should be reflected when the linked tag is selected. When a tagged file or folder is moved the new location of the file or folder should be reflected when the linked tag is selected. The Windows File Explore has 2 ways of deleting a file or folder. Moving it to the Recycle Bin or to permanent delete it. When a tagged file or folder is moved to the Recycle Bin the location of the file or folder should be in the Recycle Bin when the linked tag is selected. When a tagged file or folder is permanent deleted al links to tags should be removed.

     

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  • The tags and links to your files and folders are kept in a separate database so no modifications are needed. But if something is changed about the file or folder by yourself within the Windows File Explorer, the links to the tag are kept.
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