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Storing text files and links in Lightroom

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Aug 18, 2023
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  1. macOS 12 Monterey
How can I store text files and links in Lightroom
You can't with that version of Lightroom, and only with difficulty in Lightroom Classic.
I sometimes create a subfolder to store misc files related to the folder of images. These could be research notes, maps, links to internet resources etc. The reason I put them in a subfolder is that I have the freedom to title the subfolder name so I recognise they contain useful related files.

I believe there is a plug in which allows you to import additional file types to the L r catalog.
Matt, the OP is using "Lightroom", ie Cloudy.
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