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Folder Structure Templates

Apply templates to create folders and files with custom variables.


Do you create folders for every project?

A streamlined folder and file naming system is key to effective media asset management, but can require a lot of manual work to maintain. Making folder structures from scratch or duplicating existing folders and updating variables with current project information is time consuming and can lead to human error and frustration.


Create folders, without manually naming

Keeping your files and folders organized is simple and intuitive with creative.space's Folder Structure Templates feature. Users can build templates using custom variables in brackets such as [project name], [date], [client]. Once the template is finalized, you just fill out a form and everything appears with the proper names. Administrators can also restrict user permissions to avoid human error or overriding that might occur.


Brat TV

The entire post production team at Brat TV is made up of 20+ artists working across multiple applications and departments, so streamlining folder and file naming was a time consuming headache no one wanted to deal with. Utilizing creative.space's Folder Structure Templates, file and folder organization is now as simple as a user choosing the template that best fits their workflow and filling out the variable form instead of the never-ending copying and renaming cycle they were in before.

Features that drive success

We’ve created a central hub for your data to make it easier for you and your team to navigate, collaborate, and participate in the creative process. The goal of creative.space’s content management software is to make everyday tasks quick and intuitive so that you can spend less time juggling drives and more time focusing on being creative.


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