Metadata cannot be accidentally removed
When metadata is added to a file (when the file is 'tagged' with metadata), that data is embedded in the original file and will remain there until it is actively removed.
Once embedded in a file, metadata travels with it whenever it is transferred between Chorus folders or spaces. It's also embedded in files when they are downloaded.
Metadata makes files more valuable
Adding metadata to a file makes it easier to find, use, and reuse. Thoughtful metadata conventions minimize the manual effort and overheads required of your team, and maximize the use of your digital media library. See our tips for Thinking about metadata.
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