provide your best guess as to the instructions that would ensure that the property is correctly encoded or formatted when a new item needs to be created from the same schema.

Unit7Forum: Recognizing Metadata PropertiesThink of a time in recent memory when you’ve used an app or website (not a search engine) to browse or find one or more resources. Examples of compatible information systems include e-commerce, streaming services, sports apps, crafts, recipe finders, etc.In your post, identify the app or website you used, then provide a screenshot of an actual item from the app (i.e., not a searching or browsing screen, but a screen for a particular product, movie, team, project, recipe, etc.).Using that screen, try to create a metadata schema for the type of item presented on the screen. To do so, you’ll need to list the metadata properties you see and provide your best guess as to the instructions that would ensure that the property is correctly encoded or formatted when a new item needs to be created from the same schema. Present your list as a 2-column table with the property name in the first column and the property instructions in the second column.For full credit, your selected item and your 2-column table should have at least 5 properties.Here’s an example for a course from the undergraduate catalog (screenshot of metadata record with 2-column table below).