If you want to find files quickly on Windows 10, an interesting app called Taggr on the Microsoft Store can help you with a great solution that allows you to tag files on file so you can access them faster.
If you’ve ever used macOS, you’re probably not familiar with the concept of tags for files.You can tag files and folders to make them easier to find. Tags work with all your files and folders, whether you store them on your Mac or keep them in iCloud.
Taggr gives you the same functionality but for Windows 10. The application has a capacity of 31MB after installation from the Microsoft Store.
To tag the file, click Add Item to open the implementation interface. Next, select Select File to select the message you want to tag. Enter a tag name for the file in the Add a tag box > click the plus button. You can create multiple tags for one file. If you want to remove the newly created tag, click Remove Selected Tag. Click Save to save the tag for the file.
To manage tagging files on Windows 10, click My Items and you’ll see all of your tagged files. When you click on a file and you’re done, you’ll have the following options:
- Open Selected Item: Open this file in the support program on your device.
- Edit Selected Item: Edit again as a different file, different tag names.
- Delete Selected Item: Delete this tagged file from the saved list.
Download Taggr here .
It’s ready to show you how to find files by tag on Mac.
Tag files and folders
You can add multiple tags to any file or folder.
On your Mac, do any of the following:
- Tag an open file: Hold the pointer to the right of the document title, click the arrow, click in the Tags field, then enter a new tag, or choose one from the list.
- Tag a new file when you save it: Click File > Save. In the Save dialog, click in the Tags field, then enter a new tag, or choose one from the list.
- Tag a file on the desktop or in the Finder: Select the item, then open the File menu. You can also Control-click the item, or tap it with two fingers. Choose a color below Tags, or click Tags to choose from more tags or enter a new tag.
In a Finder window, you can also select the item, click the Tags button , then enter a new tag, or choose one from the list.
Tip: Use keyboard shortcuts to tag files quickly—select a file, then use Control-1 through Control-7 to add (or remove) your favorite tags. Control-0 (zero) removes all tags from a file.
Find items you tagged
- On your Mac, click the Finder icon in the Dock to open a Finder window.
- Do any of the following:
- Search for a tag: Enter the tag color or name in the search field, then select the tag from the suggestions.
- Select a tag in the sidebar: To see everything with a certain tag, click the tag in the Finder sidebar.
To change the items you see in the sidebar, choose Finder > Preferences, click Tags, then select the tags you want to see.
- Group items by a tag: Click the Group button , then choose Tags.
- Sort items by a tag: In any view, choose View > Show View Options, click the Sort By pop-up menu, then choose Tags. In List view, select the Tags checkbox to display the column, move the pointer over the Tags column, then click it. Click the column name again to reverse the sort order.
On your Mac, do one of the following:
- Remove tags from an item: Control-click the item or tap it with two fingers, then click Tags. Select the tags you want to remove, then press Delete.
- Remove tags from your Mac: In the Finder, choose Finder > Preferences, then click Tags. Select the tags you want to remove, then click the Remove button .
- In the Finder on your Mac, choose Finder > Preferences, then click Tags.
- Do any of the following:
- See a tag in the Finder sidebar: Select the blue checkbox to the right of the tag.
- Change a tag color: Click the color next to the tag , then choose a new color.
- Change a tag name: Click the tag, click the tag’s name, then enter a new name.
- Create a new tag: Click the Add button .
- Delete a tag: Select the tag, then click the Remove button .
- Add a tag to the shortcut menu: Select the tag in the list, then drag it over the tag you want to replace in the favorites section at the bottom of the window. There can be up to seven tags in the shortcut menu that appears when you Control-click a file.
- Remove a tag from the shortcut menu: Drag the tag out of the Favorite Tags section until you see the remove sign .