Check it out folks: Yellow blue soft has just released a major Tabbles update (v3.0): that utilizes Microsoft SQL Server, and a version using their own hosted database server. Check this link for more information.
Please notice that the licenses for the bundles will be sent manually within a few hours after purchase but you can install and start using the software (in demo mode) until then.
Let's talk about document management for a moment. Right now, you probably think that your system of organization works pretty well -- you've got folders on your hard drive that are dedicated to certain clients, types of documents, dates, and whatnot. But if a document can rightfully belong to MORE THAN ONE category, where do you put it? Do you make two copies? What if one gets updated and the other doesn't?
Tabbles is a revolutionary new document management system that will help you to categorize and organize your files more efficiently than ever! With Tabbles, you create as many categorized tabbles (they function like folders) as you need, then assign each of your documents to one or more tabbles! Did you hear that? You can put the same file into several tabbles, without the need for problematic file duplication! This is the primary benefit to Tabbles' non-hierarchical and cross-linked structure.
Click the following link for a quick overview from the developer and what’s new in the Version 3.
Beyond the ability to place the same file into several categories, Tabbles also excels at describing the contents of your files, folders, and bookmarks. No longer will you have to remember the exact name of a file to find it - just describe the file to Tabbles in an easy and natural way, and Tabbles will find it for you!
***Announcing Outlook plugin and Explorer integration: the Tabbles-Outlook plugin allows you to tag your emails in Outlook (or Tabbles) and then search them based on tags in Outlook (and Tabbles). It's like an extension of Outlook's “categories”. And it's a darn-good way to organize, sort, and search your emails right along with your documents! And Tabbles can now track file movements in Explorer and show an overlay icon in Explorer, so now you can see your tagged files right on your desktop! ***
Just one glance at your file icons immediately tells you which tabbles are linked to each file. The tabbles are arranged in a circle that surrounds each file, so you know right away if a file belongs to more than one category. You can even use Tabbles to navigate your way through files based on how they are related!
But Tabbles isn't just a document manager. It's also a "social tagging tool" that facilitates document sharing in an extraordinarily intuitive way:
Want to be able to share and manage files with your friends, family, and colleagues? Sick of navigating permissions settings and file trees? With the shared tagging feature, Tabbles allows multiple users to browse and contribute to each-others tagging routines. Shared tagging in Tabbles is as simple as single-user tagging, but provides a very real alternative to massively expensive corporate Document Management Systems. Tabbles Shared Tagging offers an extremely gentle learning curve and is extraordinarily fast to use and requires zero-setup:
- Find files based on what they're related to independent to their position on disk.
- On-the-fly group files far away from each other, based on their relations.
- Speed-up collaboration and communication -- tags can describe files extremely efficiently.
- (New in Version 3) Outlook integration: tag your emails and have them grouped with files inside Tabbles.
- (New in Version 3, working only on Vista/7/8) Explorer integration: Tabbles now tracks file movement, and shows an icon overlay in Explorer on the files that are tagged.
- ...and much more. Follow the link for a comprehensive overview of Tabbles' new shared tagging features and what’s new in the Version 3.
Please note folks: for all the Tabbles Corporate offers, we will only accept one order per user.
Review Written by Derek Lee
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