Folders and Categories

Content inside a library can be organized by folders and categories.

Organization by folders allows you to organize files the way you would organize them in a file system. A content has a unique path made by an ordered list of folders, and a content can exist only in a single physical folder.

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Organization by categories allows more flexibility. A content could belong to more than one category. In the example shown, Content B belongs to categories Category B and Category C. Content C has no category.

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