TagSpaces is open sourced and published under the AGPL license. It is designed to be easily extended with different plugins for visualization of directory structures or for opening of different file types.
TagSpaces is running completely offline on your computer, smartphone or tablet and does not require internet connection or online registration. You can still use platforms like Nextcloud, Dropbox or Syncthing in order to sync your files between devices.
The application supports adding tags to files, in a transparent, not vendor locking way. You can tag your files by a simple drag & drop actions. More...Learn more
You can organize your tags thematically in groups (e.g. tag group "family" can contain tags with the names of your family member, this can be useful for photo tagging)
You can assign different colors to the tags. So in case of priorities you can assign the color red to a tags called "high".
It is possible to add and remove many tags to many files at once. More...
TagSpaces features a set of basic file management operations such as rename, create, move and delete file. More...
In TagSpaces you can create new subfolders of the current folder. More...
If you need an alternative to Evernote, check out tagspaces http://t.co/YUhRvssn4X (Open source, no cloud, dropbox/etc support)— Jürgen Geuter (@tante) January 10, 2015
@tagspaces Thanks a lot for the development of tagspaces. I am really glad with this piece of software.— Joep Hein (@joephein) December 11, 2016
Was really trying to find open way of 'doing' Evernote with filesystem. Almost thought of writing my own. Think I've found it: @tagspaces— Trystan Negus (@trystann) February 2, 2015
Wow. Just found out about the TagSpaces. Very cool stuff - Evernote, bye-bye and thanks for your continued support on Linux/Chrome platforms— Daniel Vladušič (@dvladar) January 9, 2015