How would I do that?
My use-case is: I have a folder that includes backups of a series of documents. EagleFiler’s encrypted storage option is the perfect thing to store all my project data including these weekly backups. When importing them, EagleFiler ignores duplicates - awesome as it saves me a lot of disk space.
Now I imagine a situation where I would have to restore something out of these backups. 100 files have not been changed for years, 20 were changed last month, and 2 last week. What I would do is to look at the most recent backup-folder and use the files there to re-import the data from the backup into the corresponding live system. However, files would be missing as they were ignored on importing because of the duplicate-issue.
Comparing all folders (I am talking about hundreds of folders with thousands of files) is not an option. Now you say I could use tags to make the same file show up in multiple places. Can I make this automatically happen during import or with smart folders, etc.?