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= How to tag from command line  =
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You can tag files by invoke Tabbles from command line, in the following fashion:
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''Tagger.exe tag_files_pre  -f "C:\Directory\File1.doc" -f "P:\Shared Directory\File2.txt" -t MyTag1 -t MyCoolStuff''
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And you can also tag URLs in the same way:
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''tagger.exe tag_url_pre https://tabbles.net  "My fav URL" -t MyTag1 -t CoolUrls''
  
 
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Revision as of 17:21, 23 February 2019

Welcome to the Tag Forge wiki! Wanna contribute? Write us at [email protected]


Manuals


Tabbles 5 and Confidential manual

English: Tabbles and Confidential user manual (EN),

Regular expressions

Croatian: Tabbles and Confidential (HR)


Old version: Tabbles 2.4 manual: DE, ES, KR, ZH, PT, FR , RU.




Getting started with Tabbles

Community stuff

Coming soon

Links


Development: API and Open Source plugins

Our github page, here you can find the source code four Outlook plugin, Chrome extension and the API documentation and examples: https://github.com/tabbles

How to tag from command line

You can tag files by invoke Tabbles from command line, in the following fashion:

Tagger.exe tag_files_pre -f "C:\Directory\File1.doc" -f "P:\Shared Directory\File2.txt" -t MyTag1 -t MyCoolStuff

And you can also tag URLs in the same way:

tagger.exe tag_url_pre https://tabbles.net "My fav URL" -t MyTag1 -t CoolUrls