So here we are finally, the big next version is out, with an extra plus:  Tabbles is now free for personal use! The free license doesn’t have any file limitation anymore (the tabbles-sharing is enabled but up to 1000 files).

The main technological difference with the previous version is the tabble-sharing feature:

Tabbles sharing: tag files and share tagging with your colleagues, in LAN or in the Cloud

Tabbles sharing: tag files and share tagging with your colleagues, in LAN or in the Cloud

Tabbles sharing: all you need is a shared folder

It works by exporting pieces of db onto a file in a shared-folder. This means that it’s serverless, it’s easy to setup and it works whenever there is a shared folder around. It also works with Cloud-storage services (like the awesome Powerfolder or the popular Dropbox).

Retweet/share on facebook and win a Tabbles Corporate license!

To celebrate the launch of this massive new version, we will draw 50 among those who retweet  the news and award them a free Corporate license! All you have to do is retweet this  (within Sunday 14th of November… we’ll draw the winners in the following week):

@tabbles 2.0 is out: released tabble-sharing feature and free-for-personal-use version! https://tabbles.net [RT pls]

Or share this link on your facebook page (not sure how to check this, but we’ll figure it out 😀 ). We’ll check twitter, make a list of those who retwitted and publish it here before drawing – good luck 🙂



By | 2010-11-02T17:09:42+00:00 November 2nd, 2010|English|5 Comments

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  1. Ronald L. Lyons April 18, 2013 at 6:22 pm

    Hi Tabblizers:
    I’m creating a video on creative thinking and writing, and would like to recommend Tabbles to my viewers to help with organizing their data. In attempting to give attribution for the Tabbles name I cannot make out the copyright, trademark or registration symbol attached to the name Tabbles.
    Is this a Denmark specific or a European mark?
    I would appreciate information on this and a clear image if possible.
    Thank you,
    R. Lyons

  2. Nebulous November 5, 2012 at 6:37 pm

    Is the Outlook plugin no longer available? I have tried every possible way to find it. When I click links that seem to point to a download, they end up either looping me back to where I started or else pointing me to the blog – but no download.

  3. Austin photographer March 16, 2012 at 1:17 am

    I am excited by everythingthat Austin has to offer for those that take charge. I started out a small company and now I have 2 employees and I love that ATX has been there with great activities for designing and art appreciation. I am glad I left california

  4. how to outlook July 19, 2011 at 12:26 am

    Yay! The free version of Tabbles is exciting news!

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