Organizing downloaded content on the Sony PlayStation 3 can be a pain, but with a not-so-well-known feature that was bundled in with the most recent firmware release, it’s now pretty much a walk in the park. Of course, you’ll have to do it with every piece of media you’ve downloaded, but the inevitable tedium of it will save you time in the long run when trying to find a specific photo, demo or video.
Check out all the details about this neat organizing trick in the full article.
For those of us who regularly download content from the Sony PlayStation Network Store and onto our Sony PlayStation 3s, trying to find a specific piece of downloaded media – say, a game, a photo, or a video that we want to view again – can be a pain. However, with the arrival of the latest firmware update for our shiny black consoles, users can now finally get their media library straightened out – and it’s all thanks to a little extra feature that might have been overlooked.
So, how does one organize his or her downloaded files on the Sony PlayStation 3? The answer, dear friends, lies on the Triangle button. Pressing the Triangle button while highlighting your relevant demo, video, or photo lets you edit that media’s Album Tag. Giving a group of downloaded content the same Album Tag then puts them in that Album, thereby organizing them. Simple, easy, and saves you a lot of time in the long run.
Definitely a convenient feature that helps users straighten out the media they’ve downloaded from the Sony PlayStation Network Store. Here’s hoping for more useful functions to be released on the Sony PlayStation 3 in future updates!