Personally I don't know that I like the "auto" as (to me at least) this should be understood automatically based on the folder structure and the channel - and those components provide more information beyond just the fact that they're automated as opposed to manual. Using my instance as an example of how I prefer to manage and differentiate this, one of my highest level root folder splits is always-on marketing programs and point-in-time marketing programs. Below that I folder by channel (so, always-on includes things like web content, nurture, trigger alerts, etc, while point-in-time includes newsletters, promotional campaigns, etc). My naming convention is then a short code set that represents BRAND-REGION-CHANNEL-YYMMDD-Program Description. I know not everyone agrees with my way of doing dates but... well, it works for me and I prefer it being concise So, for example, my users and I always know that "BR-AU-WC-190321-Aussie eBook" is automated, because a Web Content channel default program would always be automated and typically have a long lifespan. As a side note I also like the use of either dashes or underscores within the job number component (this bit "BR-AU-WC-190321-") as (personal preference) it makes the menu tree more scannable and the program description more distinct.
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