I’m new (like yesterday) to EagleFiler so I have been learning through trial and error (yes, I did read the manual and the stickies). My question centers around organization. Is it better to have more libraries and fewer folders or the other way around?
I work for multiple companies (4 or 5) and do independent projects (6 or 7) for each of them. For each project, I want to preserve Documents (multiple versions), Graphics (multiple versions), Email (with attachments) and Notes. EagleFiler looks like the perfect product to use for this kind of capture.
I only run one project at a time (my choice) and while the project is active the artifacts accumulate rapidly in a 3-4 week period. No change to anything after the project is over - so it’s all historical.
I have been using a combination of multiple email clients and folder structures for these activities but archiving specific project-related email folders along with documents isn’t working out very efficiently.
Would one library for each company with folders for each project be better than one library for each project? There will never be more than four sub folders for each project (Documents, Graphics, Email and Notes).