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Tips on using metadata effectively in OS X

3 Oct 2008 | | No Comment

I’m a big fan of using metadata to organize files because it means I don’t have to use an inefficient hierarchical folder tree. Unfortunately for some of us, this idea seems to be gaining more traction on the Mac OS X platform, than it is on the Windows platform. In a series of posts last year, theAppleBlog looked at how to effectively use metadata to organize files in Mac OS X.

  1. Using Metadata Effectively in OS X
  2. Metadata in OS X: Part Two
  3. The Metadata Screencast: Part Three
  4. Answering Metadata Screencast Questions
  5. Essential Metadata Tips
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