Windows 10: Do I Customize View in File Folder Using Tags or Comments, and how?
Do I Customize View in File Folder Using Tags or Comments, and how?
I have files where I have named each one a recipe I have. I have begun the name of each recipe with a letter grade based upon how much I like it, e.g. A+ Stir-fried chicken, A Steak, A- Fish, B+ Hamburger, etc.
I would like to list the files with the highest grade first, then next, but Windows 10 won't let me do that. For example they list A- ahead of A+, B- ahead of B+, or they will list a recipe with no letter grade yet with the recipes with letters, e.g. apple pie will be ahead of B+ spaghetti. I have used spacing, etc to try to work around it but can't find any way to do it.
So is tagging or comment or grouping the solution to this? And if so I haven't been able to figure out how to do that, e.g. how do you name the group? FYI I don't want to make sub-folders of A,B, etc. as I want to see all the recipes in one place.
Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!
Hi, just come across this File Metadata (free) which I think will interest you- seems very competent in tagging files.
At the bottom I've added a note about StyleFolder (free), which adds comments to folders.
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