If you’ve ever tried to traverse someone else’s folder structure looking for a document you know what a terrible experience it is.
We often end up frustrated and still without what we set out to find.
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Okay, so I have logs dumped from an application into a certain folder on my disk - I cannot really influence the way they are created, but I'd like to automatically organize the logs which are created every day.
I'm looking for an application that would everyday automatically: - archive the logs folder and add a date to the name OR - simply add a date to the yesterday's log file Any ideas on how to achieve either one of those goals?
The end user simply starts uploading and managing documents they way they’ve known on the file share and/or their local hard drives.
But if folders are used in a similar fashion to one’s hard drive it is indicative in a lack of understanding.
This isn’t entirely the fault of the end users mind you.
The solution to the problem is found in proper and complete training.
Let’s take a look at the major reasons to avoid folders in document libraries.
Do you want to back pedal on have the appearance of being ridiculed?