Couple of things to clarify in your answer as I am getting ready to get Mylio installed and move my photo library to it.
Noted about the OneDrive setup. I will leave it out of the equation for now and will enable it later. Can I assume that setting up OneDrive as a cloud service in-app lets you choose the ‘backup’ location within OneDrive, and also stores the face-recognition, tags, etc data?
D drive is an internal, permanently fixed drive, so it will contain the relocated Mylio library folder as per the advanced setup guide.
Regarding NAS. Can you please clarify? Less of a backup/roll-back device but more 1:1 reflection seems kind of contradicting to me. Isn’t a backup/roll-back supposed to be an exact 1:1 copy of the content that is being synced? What will not be stored on the NAS drive in this setup?
And for the last point, adding more folders, which has failed last time. So my library in its root folder is sorted into annual folders (e.g. 2019, 2020, 2021, etc) and each of these folders then consists monthly folders. There are also some additional folders for other photos (cars, business photos, etc). Those annual and additional folders all will sit within the Mylio library folder. But as 2022 comes, I will be adding a 2022 folder to that structure within Mylio library. Are you saying that it won’t work, and I will have to use the Source Folders function? Or is that only to be used when a folder is OUTSIDE of the Mylio library structure?