I have a music directory and a photo directory that I need to have shared between me and my wife. At first, I thought I could have these at the root superuser directory level and share anonymously up to our individual user accounts. Unfortunately, the metadata doesn't seem to come along with the share, meaning the pictures and songs don't appear in the user's Photos or Music libraries.
It seems that the metadata is tied to the user/item combined key. I suppose this makes sense for probably most user to user sharing situations. Let the user getting the share decide how they want to classify the content.
So, first question... am I correct that it's a user/item combined key for the metadata?
If so... second question is, how does one actually go about creating a shared content library like this where metadata is common across all users of the share?
My end goal here is that photos added to the photos library by either user will show up as "photos" in the other users photo view. Same for music and videos.
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