Been searching through the manual, the boards and google for a few hours, but unfortunately I haven't got this figured out, perhaps too tired... Anyway, I would like to label files things like:
[li] Starred (I had a star emoji before the word "starred" but it's not supported by the message board)[/li]
[li] Urgent (I had a fire emoji before the word "urgent", but also blocked by message board)[/li]
[li] Project ABC[/li]
[li] Project XYZ[/li]
[li] Project LMNOP[/li][/ul]
Then I would like to go into File Collections -> Labels -> Starred or File Collections -> Labels -> Project XYZ and be able to see all of the correspondingly labeled files. I realize I can technically get to the file labels under Dopus -> Preferences -> File and Folder Labels, but this isn't really an ideal interface for reorganizing files.
I tried to set the File Collections Query to:
[li]Find NAME=Project_ABC (this was when I created a separate filter named Project_ABC looking for Label = "Project ABC" via the find window... this works fine in the find window itself, but I just get an empty result set when I try to enter this as the query inside my File Collection > Stored Query > Query.[/li]
[li]Every other similar iteration that I could think of...[/li][/ul]
If there is a better way to achieve the workflow that I'm looking for, please let me know. I'm open to doing it a different way, just seems like this is what Stored Queries are meant for, but I can't get any stored queries involving labels to work.
Also, I would like to manually order the items in the label menu. Most menus in Dopus seem to be customization, yet I can't manually drag and drop or manually otherwise control the label order in Dopus... Please advise on how this should be working. Numbering labels "(1) RED" "(2) Blue" doesn't seem like a very good solution.