Where do you save your files? Do you have any particular folder on your computer? Or… are you one of those people who forgets to save their work? The bottom line is, I want to know how and where you save files. I have a top five here from Nick, to give you some tips on where and how to save your files.
Tip 1 Always finish a file you save with 001 at the end of the file name. Then, when you make any changes, save the next version as
002, and so on. This way, you create a revisioning system in case anything ever happens and you need to revert.
Tip 2 Always save your file in the right folder, especially if you’re working on a specific project. Save all work related to this in one particular folder, and even use SubFolders. You can also use a desktop search tool, such as Copernic Desktop Search.
Tip 3 No matter what you’re doing, save often. For faster saving, use CTRL + S to save your files.
Tip 4 Back up important files. Copy them onto an external hard drive, flash drive, or an external website.
Tip 5 Always save to the correct file type. For example, with a simple Photoshop file, save it as a .jpg or .png. Keep in mind what you’ll be using the file for in the future when you choose your file extension.
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