Mori 1.6 released with tagging support
April 10, 2007
Today Hog Bay Software announces the release of Mori 1.6, a digital notebook that makes it easy to record and organize your notes.
Mori provides a place to remember your notes and organize your ideas. Search through your entire notebook in a flash with its built in search engine, or use Spotlight to search through all of your notebooks at once. Mori’s familiar Mail style interface will get you started quickly. Once you’ve entered your notes-sort, tag, link, and alias them to get organized. Use Mori’s Smart Folders and Tag Folders to collect matching notes behind the scenes as you work. Mori
requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. Mori 1.6 is all about tagging support.
First, Mori adds support for a del.icio.us style tagging system for your entries. Tagging provides another dimension for structuring you notes that lies outside of the traditional file / folder hierarchical structure. Many users had been using Mori’s custom column support to
create their own tagging systems, but now tags are natively supported by Mori and much faster and easier to use.
Second, Mori adds new interface elements to view and edit these tags. Mori’s optional note header view has been redesigned to include a tags section below the entry’s title. Mori 1.6 also has a new inspector window that allows you to edit tags and other entry attributes in a separate window. Now you can see an entries attributes without needing to clutter your main window with many columns.
Last, Mori 1.6 adds a new “Tag Folder” entry type. Tag folders are similar to smart folders, both find matching entries based on a search criteria, but they differ because you can also drag and drop entries onto tag folders. When you do that the dropped entries will be modified to match the tag folder’s search criteria. Tag folders provide a quick drag and drop way to assign multiple attributes to a group of entries.
Mori is available from Hog Bay Software for $39.95 at http://www.hogbaysoftware.com