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To answer your points individually: 1.) No, correct first time, avoid folders at all costs! They can become a developmental/administrative nightmare in the future. 2.) Document sets are generally reserved for groups of related documents, so I wouldn't recommend using these in your case. However, feel free to read Microsoft's own position on document sets ...


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I'm a huge fan of a flat library structure. Other than securing a group of documents (which can still be done with a Document Set), folders bring nothing to the table imo. The way I do it is by: Sit down with each department in the company to gather a list of Content Types, based on their current files in a file share. Once I've got the list of Content ...


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'People think in folders'. Although the familiarity of folders cannot be questioned, Document Sets provide a similar experience with far more capabilities. Read more about it here. I had the same scenario with views versus multiple libraries. In the end we made a decision based on security/permissions and created multiple libraries (with views) for some ...



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