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7. April 2015

Brett Terpstra and Joel Anderson talk about tagging

In episode 128 popup: true of Brett Terpstra's podcast Systematic, Joel Anderson, research lecturer in Philosophy at Utrecht in the Netherlands, joins Brett to talk about tagging:

It's a nerdy subject that a lot of non-nerds are asking about these days, and one that I personally find fascinating. I hope you'll enjoy hearing two people who've dedicated time and research to the topic debate the major benefits and pitfalls of tag-based systems!” … (mehr)

28. März 2012

Why Excluding a Group from Tagging Can Be Useful

DEVONthink and DEVONnote treat groups and tags, basically, the same but display them different. That means that if Exclude Groups from Tagging is unchecked in a database's properties, the group(s) in which an item is filed also appear as tag(s) attached to it. When assigning tags to an item other groups are proposed as tags while you're typing. If you like this behavior you can quickly file a document in multiple groups and later find them either by their tags or in the respective groups representing the tags. (mehr)

5. März 2012

Use Tags Efficiently

While tags and groups are technically the same, their different way of presentation can be more flexible, especially in large DEVONthink knowledge collection spreading out in many directions. Using the tags bar (which you show and hide with View > Show/Hide Tags) you quickly add single tags to documents or remove them. Automatic completion makes adding already known tags easy. (mehr)

1. Oktober 2010

Add a Tag Cloud to DEVONthink Pro

The German software manufactory Soma-Zone has recently released Ammonite, a stand-alone third-party addition to DEVONthink Pro (and Pro Office, of course) that shows a tag cloud for any open database in a floating panel. From their web site: … (mehr)

10. Dezember 2009

Tagging, New Smart Templates, and More

Today we have released public beta 8 of DEVONthink and DEVONnote 2.0. We have polished the user interface, made the installation dead-simple, added new smart templates and revised the older ones, reinvented the columns view, and — finally — added smart tagging.