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Issue: Organizing recorded material

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Tips and Resources' started by shoelessjoe, Oct 23, 2007.

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  1. shoelessjoe

    shoelessjoe Legend

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    Is there any chance D* will add the opportunity to put recorded material on the HR20s in folders manually. Right now it can get kind of messy when there are a lot of shows recorded. Is it possible in the future to name folders and be able to organize them the way you would folders on the computer? Example: Movie folder/ husband folder/wife folder/kids folder/sports, etc..
     
  2. Sirshagg

    Sirshagg Hall Of Fame

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    Seems like a good idea.
     
  3. Simpleton24

    Simpleton24 Legend

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    Shoeless Joe, I had the same thought and posted it in the Wish list today. I had not read your post before posting myself.

    It would keep the Playlist much more organized.

    Kevin
     
  4. shoelessjoe

    shoelessjoe Legend

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    Thanks for doing that. I think it is needed. I am just hoping the code wouldn't be to difficult to accomplish this.
     
  5. MEJHarrison

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    I'd love to see this added. With 4 different people recording things, it would be great to be able to organize it better. I would love to be able to click on my folder and see only the things that are of interest to me.

    I'd also like it if they took it a step further and added the ability to password protect the folders. I've recording various adult programming off HBO before (Real Sex, Cat House, etc). I know we can set parental controls so kids can't view those programs, but it would better if we could simply keep the children, baby-sitter, guest, etc. from seeing what's recorded period.
     
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