Naming files may seem straightforward, but there are some useful tips to take into account to make sure that the title of a file accurately represents its content and is usable for other users.
- Don’t start file names with a capital letter. When you start typing the concept in a clause, you will want ClauseBase to instantly recognize it based on its name. To facilitate this, write your concepts in all lowercase.
- Uses dashes (“-“) instead of spaces between words. Same reason as above, this makes it easier for ClauseBase to find the concept when you are using it, saving you the trouble of manually linking to it. For example, use: “data-breach” as a concept file name instead of “data breach”.