How-to Guide: intelligent NAS_TagFiles

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How-to Guide: intelligent NAS_TagFiles

  1. 1. 1  Creator in Storage Finding your files quickly and easily Intelligent NAS : Tag Files 2013/8
  2. 2. 2   Tag Files Intelligent NAS is a utility developed by Thecus to offer inexperienced users an all-in-one application to manage and access everything that comes with their NAS. It can run on Windows as well as on Mac systems and allows the user to have their NAS-system up and running within 5 minutes. NAS is used for storage and backup of all files from your other devices (such as PCs, tablet PCs, laptops, and smart phones). Because finding your required files in a massive data storage server can not always be easy, Intelligent NAS presents “Tag Files” for users to easily classify and track down target files. In this guide, we will go step-by-step through the process of using “Tag Files” and tailoring them to your needs.
  3. 3. 3    How to tag your files Step 1 : Run the Intelligent NAS application and it will display your server list. Next, choose your target NAS server. The home page of Intelligent NAS includes the “Auto Flashback Photo Gallery”, which displays pictures taken on the same day in previous years.
  4. 4. 4   Step 2 : There are three labels at the top of Intelligent NAS. Users can manage files by left clicking on the “Manage & Share” label. Step 3 : The three marked files above are all related to family. Right click on the target files and choose “Tag File” to show the “Tag Assignment” page. Enter your tag name for target files then click “Add” and “Save” at the bottom in this order. Step 4 : Type the tag name in the search bar and press “Enter”, those files tagged with this name will show up in the results box. In addition, because a target file may relate to a number of topics and need to be searched for by another tag name, “Tag Files” allows user to tag multiple names to a target file.
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