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I've been using Transmission for a pretty long time, and there was good feature which allowed me to put torrents with different labels into different folders. For ex. torrents with label music would go /users/my_profile/downloads/music

Is there anything similar in the Windows version of uTorrent\BitTorrent?

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  1. Add persistent labels under Options / Preferences / Advanced / User Interface:


  2. Then under Options / Preferences / Downloads select Move completed downloads to and especially Append the torrent's label to the directory name:


  3. Finally assign each torrent a label according to its content as shown below and it ought to end up in your Downloads_Dir\Label_Dir:


Screenshots are from here so things may have moved around a bit, but those options are still very much there as per the FAQ.

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thanks, this is exactly what i was looking for –  Avdept May 16 '13 at 5:56
Just a small note: latest version of utorrent removed that option, but it is still available from web gui –  Ionut Staicu Aug 3 '13 at 11:12
Ionut: checking that option in remote.utorrent.com should make effect in windows utorrent gui settings, right? So it should work even if it doesnt have the option? –  Enrique Apr 11 at 21:16

Discovered a workaround for the disappeared "Append the torrent's label to the directory name"

Enable your uTorrent's web interface, go to it using your browser, adjust the settings from there - the "append..." checkbox is still present in that interface, and it still works (just tested it).

How To: Link below.

Credits: stevew_f (uTorrent Forum User)

Removed in full from: http://forum.utorrent.com/topic/88673-label-rule-system-vs-append-the-torrents-label-to-the-directory-name/

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