“It's under "2012".”

English Lesson: It's under "2012".

You're training a new employee at work. You're explaining where a file is located on the computer.

It's under "2012".

Audio by native English speakers

(something) is under (a heading)

When information is organized in folders, files, menus, categories, etc., you can explain where a particular thing is by saying that it's "under" some heading.

For example:

  • a photo that's in a folder called "Pictures" on your computer is "under 'Pictures'"
  • the setting on your TV that controls its brightness might be "under 'Settings'"

You can also say that something is "filed under ___":

A: Where did we put last year's tax return?

B: I think it's filed under "Finances".