Is there a way to do a copy without actually copying the file?
If you are on the Web Version not Google Drive, you can press (on Windows) Shift+Z to add files or folder to another locations.
I got an image called paris.jpg. I want it in a year based folder and overall event name heard folder. So I press Shift+Z and do it. So it is in this two folders at the same time:
Same can be done with folder. It is the same file. If I move it to the bin it getting removed from both locations. If I wanna remove it from one location I can press on the file/folder and press "info" and you see every location where the file/folder is present.
The other question is, can rclone create folder structure from file data/filename?
I need to reorganize 11TB of Data on Google Drive. I'm a photographer. I can do it manually but it would take years.
I want a structure like that:
For date structure it should use the date created or modified. Both are same.
The other two should read it from filename. The structure is like that:
Example: picasa-markus brosch-Wood Cutter_023.jpg
Is there a way? Very high expectations
If rclone can't do something like that is there a external program that can do it?
I though maybe if I use a external program if there is something which can do what I think of, I could do a manual "copy" with Shift+Z to a Process folder where it can move it. Shouldn't be big problems because I can mount the GDrive so any program can do it but I don't know which.
I hope someone can help me out or reference me to something.