Tag Physical Files Like You Tag Anything on the Internet
You can tag bookmarks, blog postings, almost anything on the Internet. Why can't you tag file folders in your filing cabinet as well? Well, now you can.
How it works: You sign up (real easy, look to the right). When you want to file something, you log on and are given a number to write on the file folder. You enter the name of the item you're filing and its tags. You then put the file folder in your file cabinet in numerical order. No more alphabetizing, or re-shuffling folders from one drawer to another when you have to put a new folder in the middle of a drawer. New folders always go at the end.
For Instance Now you can look up folders by multiple tags or keyword search. Your 2002 business tax returns could be in folder 231. You can tag the folder with "business", "tax", and "2002". You can then click on the "tax" tag and see all the folders that have tax records in them, both business and personal. Or click on the "business" tag and see all the folders that have business-related information in them. Sure beats flipping through filing cabinets trying to remember the one magic word you filed something under.
Plays Well With Others If you want to, you can also enter your del.icio.us user name and we'll display your bookmarks that match the tags you use for your files. You'll probably discover lots of unknown connections.
But Wait!! "What if I'm offline?", I hear you ask. "How will I ever find anything?" Simple. You can download a comma-separated (csv) file of all your data whenever you want. Then you can load it into a spreadsheet, text editor, whatever and search through all your files even if you're offline.
So Sign Up Now!! It's Free