Using Windows libraries


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Using Windows libraries

Hi there, Jess Stratton here and welcome to Monday productivity pointers. In the last video, I showed you how you can aggregate things like photos and music in one place on your Mac using a smart folder. Well, Windows users, you have the same functionality too, they're called Libraries. In this video, I'm going to show you how to set up your own library to customize and aggregate all your folders in one place. In fact Windows already does some of these for you. That's why you see documents in the public folder in the same place on your Windows machine.

So let''s get started, and I'll show you how you can extend the same functionality to Windows. I'm on my Windows machine and I have Windows Explorer open. So Windows defaults to giving you certain libraries already. For example, it gives you documents, music, pictures and video. If you hover over and click the arrows next to the left on each item, you can see that it's already aggragating data from what my user account is al...

Using Windows libraries
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Using Windows libraries provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton and Garrick Chow and Nick Brazzi as part of the Monday Productivity Pointers

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