Make tags work for you!
Managing your files got a lot easier and faster. Taggy Tagger can automatically tag and move files for you. Simply select a folder from Finder, add files and watch your tags appear and trigger actions. No need for complex rules or scripts. Just a switch.
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Automatically add tags to your files in selected folders. Learn more.
No complex rules. Just a simple switch to customise the tagging engine to your personal needs. Learn more
Let tags work for you by moving/copying files automatically to Dropbox, Box, One Drive or Google Drive. Learn more.
Quickly find files that were tagged recently. Learn more.
See at a glance which tags you are not using, so you can delete them. Learn more.
Simply select a folder in Finder and press ⌘+Shift+S to start auto-tagging.
You know best how to use tags to organise your files. However, adding and removing them is a repetitive and tedious task. Wouldn't it be great, if Finder could remember that files in a particular folder should always have specific tags?
Honestly, who doesn't? If you work with a computer, chances are high that you copy or move a lot of files. Most of the time the copy path for certain files repeats after a period of time. For example, look at your Downloads folder and think about how you manage its content. Wouldn't it be great, if Finder could remember that files with a specific tag should always be copied or moved to a particular folder?
Tags are a great addition to file management, once you found your Holy Grail of tagging system. However, other than adding additional naming info, which you don't want to include in a folder or filename and letting you create smart folders, tags can't do much. Wouldn't it be great, if you don't have to think of a tagging system and Finder could just trigger actions for specific tags?
Taggy Tagger is a status bar app built for macOS Mojave. It works with MacBook Air®, MacBook Pro® and iMac®.
TAGGY TAGGER is developed by Dennis Schäfer, an indie developer from Germany and founder of innovation design consultancy Fox+Rabbit Innovation Design.
He came up with the idea for the app while becoming frustrated using Finder tags on macOS. He occasionally publishes articles about his work and interests in his publication Creating the Unimagined on Medium.