While it seems like a bit of a stereotype to say that all teens are disorganized, many are, especially when it comes to their movies. In order to better organize their movie collection chaos, you might need to step into their lives a bit to help out. The good news is that it’s easier than ever for teens to organize their movie collections. All it takes is a little effort and a computer program that understands that no one wants to spend hours straightening up their movies. Teens just want to enjoy the movies they own.
Whose is Whose?
The first thing anyone with a chaotic movie collection needs to do is to sort through the movies they have. In order to organize movie collection chaos, the teen will want to sort their movies into which movies are theirs and which are the movies of their friends. This way, the organization can be limited to just what they own. Perhaps the teen can invite their friends over to begin to get their collections back in order, swapping movies they borrowed or perhaps exchanging DVDs for other DVDs. A good way to keep track once the sorting is done is to put the teen’s initials on the back of each movie. This way, if things get confused again, the movie’s label will clear up the confusion.
Use the Computer
With a software program designed to help organize movie collection issues, teens can not only create a system which works for them, but they can also begin to create a system that allows them to stay current. All the teen needs to do is to enter their DVD or digital file name into the software, then arrange the titles as they see fit. In doing so, they can then enter or delete movies as they are added or deleted from the collection. Teens should find these software programs very easy to use and to update. These lists of movies can also be shared among teens, so the organization system is interactive as well as helpful.
Stop the Madness
In the end, the teen who uses the organizational software to organize movie collection madness is the one who will benefit the most. Since it takes only moments to update one’s collection, the chance of long term usage is high – which is a relief to any parent who is tired of seeing movies from one part of the house to another. These collections can also be transferred from house to house, computer to computer, helping to continue the organization system no matter where the teen is. Though the rest of the room might still be a mess, at least the
Teens aren’t the only ones who need help to organize
Source by Maxim Smirnov