The following are file attributes:
- date created
- last modified (last time the file was changed and saved to disk)
- last accessed (last time opened)
In the filter results screen, I see a column header titled 'Modified'
How do I include and save forever the other column attributes:
- 'Date Created'
- 'Last Accessed Timestamp'
additionally I want to remove 'Type' and 'Attr'
With 'Type' I can see the file extension and use that as an indicator of the file type
I have figured this out and now see the options.
Right clicking on any column header shows additional column headers that I can check and uncheck others.
The thing I am unsure of is if I will need to do this for every search, or if this is saved permanently for every search going forward.
saving all search filter display columns
I see now that if I select '...More', there is a Save option for this folder search or to make the default.
More about how Folder Formats work, and how to change the defaults for all/multiple folders, can be found at the top of the Opus FAQs menu, at the top of this page.
Note that the Accessed timestamps in Windows are virtually useless. If you're doing something with them, it's probably a mistake.