June 2019

Comprehensive review of tagging software

By |2019-06-05T11:00:38+01:00June 5th, 2019|Partners, Tabbles|

HELLO WORLD, for a long time, I wished I had the time to write a list of all the tagging applications out there, try them out and tell the world about them, but since that's quite a lot of work, reality bit and the project never saw the light. Thankfully Simon Travis (a real pro sitting on the other edge [...]

February 2019

Tabbles Web is growing!

By |2019-02-18T17:10:08+01:00February 15th, 2019|Products, Tabbles, Uncategorized|

HELLO WORLD, exactly one month (and 3 days, edited) after the first post, we're showing you again how Tabbles Web is coming along: now you can see and open a real tag-tree and see file paths (we'll make it prettier later on), see here:   We have know most of the back-end (with most of the file and tags sorting [...]

January 2019

Tabbles Web: coming soon to your web browser!

By |2019-01-14T18:42:09+01:00January 14th, 2019|Tabbles|

Last year we did run a survey with our user base, and what you voted as the most requested feature is to be able to run Tabbles in a web browser. So of course we started working on that as soon as we could. As of today, we have an half-baked back-end along with an half-way working front-end logic, meaning [...]

December 2018

Automatic categorization of files containing Japanese and Chinese words

By |2018-12-12T12:53:05+01:00December 12th, 2018|Tabbles|

Automatic tagging of files with Chinese and Japanese names   We've added one more auto-tagging rule to our collection, this time it allows you to auto-tag files containing Chinese and Japanese characters: the idea is to show that Tabbles auto-tagging rules work with all sort of characters. You can see how the principle works on a youtube video and download [...]

Eisenhower GTD and MTR at hour-of-power – how tabbles saves my day

By |2018-12-10T11:32:39+01:00December 9th, 2018|Tabbles|

This is a post from my blog TBScienceLog. I adapted it to focus on the pivotal role tabbles plays in organising my daily work. The tasks got more and more during the last years. Hence, I started reviewing and testing all kind of time and self management techniques. Aim was to find the most suitable ones for me. Eventually I [...]

How to delete tags in bulk

By |2018-12-06T17:25:30+01:00December 6th, 2018|Support, Tabbles, Tag Forge|

HELLO WORLD, recently we received a few support calls from users who wanted to bulk select and delete tags and couldn't figure out how to do that. Although it's a bit hidden, we have a solid feature that allows that, the Quick-open tags window (shortcut ALT + c), you can find more info in the manual. This is what it [...]

October 2018

July 2018

Tabbles Start Story

By |2018-07-29T16:44:58+01:00July 20th, 2018|About, English, howto, Tabbles|

Tabbles - a User Story beginning from Scratch I've always wanted to use a document management Software like Tabbles to easily retrieve my documents, photos, and whatever files I have on my home network. A few years ago, I realized this wish for my photo collection. The name of the software is „Thumbs+". This allowed me to "tag" my photos [...]

June 2018

Auto-tagging folders in 7 clicks

By |2018-06-20T16:15:30+01:00June 20th, 2018|English, Products, Tabbles|

Dear tagging aficionados, One of the first issues we faced when developing Tabbles was how can we quickly tag data, based on the user's existing folder structure? The auto-tagging rules were the result of this quest. But to our surprise, we have recently discovered that the (let's make up a funky name) auto-tagging folder wizard is mostly unknown to our beloved user [...]