Folder Views based on content

Wael Sedky 61 Reputation points
2021-09-07T15:34:13.79+00:00

I have my pictures on an external drive. Groups of pictures are organized in sub folders. When I open the sub folders of the pictures folder to show in "Details" view. For example
Pictures
Jan 2021
Feb 2021, etc

but when I open each one of those folders which contain actual pictures, I would like them to display the thumbnails in "Large Icons" View mode.
Right now, every time I open the pictures folder they show in details mode and I have to select the view manually every time which is quite annoying. Each folder contains lots of pictures, so I don't know if that has something to do with it.

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  1. Limitless Technology 39,461 Reputation points
    2021-09-07T19:12:46.997+00:00

    Hello @Wael Sedky

    You can apply the settings to all subfolders by clicking on the “Apply to all folders option”. To do the same follow the below steps:

    1. Open the folder where you want to change the settings
    2. Set the settings which you would like to have
    3. Click on organize
    4. Folder and search option
    5. Click on view tab
    6. Click on ‘Apply to all folders”

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,

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