Taglocity for Files?

I forgot to post an idea on how Taglocity could become even more useful (for me). It would be nice to be able to tag/label files too (straight from Outlook and in Explorer). I know Vista supports tagging of files (I use Vista at home and XP at work), but I don't find the tagging very easy and user-friendly. Is Taglocity thinking of moving in this direction?

Tags van Technorati: ,,

Comments

  1. Hi,

    I work at Taglocity so can answer this one. We are considering this but have some other areas to get to as well (we get a lot of requests, which is good). Integrations with OneNote, Twitter, Sharepoint and even Microsoft Project has been suggested.

    One down-side to Files Tagging / Windows Shell integration (required for nicer tagging on files) is that it's a (ironically) quite Microsoft .NET 'unfriendly' area, which for us would slow down the dev time (or at least not allow us to easily reuse parts we have already).

    Thanks for using Taglocity Samuel, we appreciate the feedback.

    Regards,
    David

    David Ing
    http://www.taglocity.com
    Vancouver, BC

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thanks for the explanation David! Good to hear from you and hear about some of your plans. Good luck, really curious what your next move will be.

    ReplyDelete
  3. http://www.architectsban.webs.com as http://www.seekangroup.com Read more about Green eco architectural designs are reusable materials, green designs etc.. ..… Create an Eco friendly Green design… Save Earth.. http://www.interiordesignersbangalore.com/" as of natural materials http://www.interiordesignersinbangalore.com with almost modern concepts using A few quick ways to reduce your personal carbon footprint: employ eco-friendly methods of travel, eat, minimize use of plastic products and save electricity, water, paper and use of non-toxic alternatives http://www.architectsbangalore.com Carbon Footprint is a measure of the impact human activities have on the environment in terms of the amount of greenhouse gases http://www.seekangroup.com/home save earth use architects suggested materials

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Please leave a comment! Just log in using one of the formats and if you want me to get back to you. Otherwise comment anonymously.

Popular posts

Keep the Intranet Small

Enterprise 2.0 Research

Innovation in Turbulent Times