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WHAT: Editing metadata at a folder level is a powerful action: Metadata cascades downwards in Chorus, so any values applied to a folder will also be applied to all the files and subfolders within that folder.

When a new file is moved into a folder, it will inherit the folder's metadata.

WHY: Editing metadata at a folder level is an efficient way to apply metadata to large quantities of files.

To edit metadata on groups of selected files, rather than an entire folder, see Edit files in batches.

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