TuneTracker™ QuickTip

Keep it All in One Folder

Want to make life lots simpler for your current self and your future self? Keep all your radio station files stored inside your "Station" folder. Within your Station folder you can use as many sub-folders as you need, to keep things well-organized. The Station folder included with your TuneTracker System installation contains some suggested categories of sub-folders, and you can certainly add others of your own.

Why keep things stored inside a master folder like that?


  1. The left and right arrow buttons let you flip through pages and pages of MyShow buttons, all configured exactly as you want them.
  2. Way easier to remember where things are
  3. The left and right arrow buttons let you flip through pages and pages of MyShow buttons, all configured exactly as you want them.
  4. way easier to access folders when transferring files from another computer via FTP
  5. The left and right arrow buttons let you flip through pages and pages of MyShow buttons, all configured exactly as you want them.
  6. way less chance of staff members storing things in the wrong places
  7. The left and right arrow buttons let you flip through pages and pages of MyShow buttons, all configured exactly as you want them.
  8. way easier to do a quick backup of your station contents to another hard drive
  9. The left and right arrow buttons let you flip through pages and pages of MyShow buttons, all configured exactly as you want them.
  10. way way easier to restore things if there's a problem

The most important reasons for a master folder are #4 and #5. If your station files are all inside a master folder, backing up your station can be as quick as dragging your Station folder to another hard drive. If problems happen with your main hard drive, or station files accidentally get deleted, returning things to normal is as simple as copying your master folder back to your main hard drive again. Even if you have TuneBacker, and do daily full backups of your system, it still makes great sense to use a master folder, because it's so incredibly easy to restore your station files off the backup hard drive in a hurry if you need to. Just one drag and drop handles the whole thing.



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