Now Tagsistant is managing the ~/myfiles directory. If you list its contents you'll find something similar to:
$ ls -l ~/myfiles
drwxr-xr-x 2 tx0 tx0 400K Mar 23 16:40 archive
drwxr-xr-x 2 tx0 tx0 400K Mar 23 16:40 relations
drwxr-xr-x 2 tx0 tx0 400K Mar 23 16:40 stats
drwxr-xr-x 2 tx0 tx0 400K Mar 23 16:40 tags
The four directories archive/, relations/, stats/ and tags/ are the interface you'll use to interact with Tagsistant. It's very important that you understand the meaning Tagsistant gives to each of them, since it's different and can be unexpected compared to the experience you have with traditional filesystem.
To make things easier, we'll start from the archive/ directory. This is where Tagsistant stores your files. It's here just to grant you a way to quickly access your files, but you should never use it under normal circumstances. It's also the only directory which behaves nearly as an usual directory, like your home directory, with the only exception of being read-only. You can't modify its content since Tagsistant expects to be the only allowed to do it.
The stats/ directory is devoted to report some internal statistics and configuration. More on this later.