Download TagFlow For Mac 0.5.1

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Add custom tags to folders and files in your computer using drag and drop, and make data searching. TagFlow 0.5.1 Beta. Add to watchlist send us an update. 5 screenshots: runs on: Windows 10 32/64 bit. Windows 8 32/64 bit. Windows 7 32/64 bit. File size: 63.3 MB. Thank you for downloading TagFlow para Mac from our software library. The software is periodically scanned by our antivirus system. We also encourage you to check the files with your own antivirus before launching the installation. The contents of the download are original and were not modified in any way. This Mac program is distributed free.

Improve your workflow and better organize your files with the help of tags by relying on this straightforward and useful, Electron-based app

TagFlow is an interesting and potentially useful piece of software that aims to provide you with an efficient solution to manage, sort, and ultimately organize your files with the help of tags.

Before anything, we should point out that TagFlow is in a fairly young development stage (Beta), which means that you may encounter some bugs, even though we have found the app to be pretty stable during our tests. It also means that the current features are bound to be improved, and new ones will be added later on.

Thoroughly organize and categorize your files using smart tags

Working with TagFlow is a very straightforward process. To get started, simply add files by dragging and dropping them from their location onto the app's main window. Please note that you can add individual files or load entire folders, just as easily.

Next, add tags that are common to all the currently loaded files from the first tab. In the next two tabs, you are provided with the possibility to add tags to all files within various folders and preview the associated tags to all the currently loaded tags. Once you're done, click the 'Add' button, located on the upper left corner of the main window.

Intuitive and advanced search features

You are now greeted by what is the app's main section. You will notice that it contains a search field in the upper part of the main window and the actual list of all your files with their corresponding tags. The application also comes with a few advanced search features.

That said, you can search a file by name (:text), by file type (:type), to exclude a tag from your search (:not), to search for files minimum or maximum size (:size-min or :size-max) and even by file date (:date-before or :date-after). Last but not least, you should know that TagFlow is not only limited to Windows, as it comes with version for macOS and Linux, as well.

Bring a bit more order in your workflow by organizing files with TagFlow

Taking everything into consideration, TagFlow offers an interesting take on what a modern file organizer should look like. It allows you to better organize your files with the help of useful tags, hence, if used right, it has the potential to improve your overall workflow.

This app is chiefly aimed at users who often have multiple documents on more than one version of the same file, scattered in different locations.

To end with, if you like the concept behind TagFlow, feel free to read the extensive tutorial found on the app's official website and even support the project by donating.

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