Panels can be thought of as windows into a file’s total metadata.
For example, in Space A, a 'Sales Comments' panel is active.
- Move the file to Space B, where the 'Sales Comments' panel is inactive, and this metadata will be hidden.
- Move the file to Space C, where the 'Sales Comments' panel is active, and the metadata will again be visible.
Why does Chorus work this way?
Per-space metadata panels:
- Allow users to focus on the metadata that matters to them;
- Provide privacy for internal file management;
- Enrich digital assets by encouraging users to add more and better metadata to files.
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Metadata panels are
groups of metadata fields
The panels of a space's metadata catalog determine
what metadata is seen on files in that space.