OrganizermaX is an innovative all-new file management app for Mac OS. The App comes with an inbuilt File Organizer, Mail Attachment Downloader, Scanning tool for macOS, a complete overhaul of copy-paste functionality for Mac.
Tagging and Organizing files made simple by this perfect finder replacement app. OrganizermaX is an innovative all-new file management app for Mac OS, which has been thought from the ground up and we have looked at all that has been missing, and we wanted all those years. The App comes with an :
File Tagging for macOS, which is much easier to search and manage
Inbuilt Mail Attachment Downloader, auto download and organize email attachments
Scanning tool for macOS helps with keeping Digital and Physical files in order.
A complete overhaul of copy-paste functionality for Mac.
Introducing hidden folders on Mac, now you may choose to set folders as hidden for privacy
Who will benefit from OrganizermaX's powerful file management features?
If any three of the below-mentioned points stand true for you, OrganizerMax will for sure improve productivity and save time thus, make more time for life for you.
You regularly find many files piling up under documents, downloads folders and on your desktop.
It takes you at least 5 minutes to find a file you just saved a week back.
You receive and download many files from peers, colleagues, and friends. Tracking version and revisions on files become so stressful that you end up downloading the entire files again to avoid looking through the jungle of files on your desktop.
You receive many emails with attachments on a regular basis. However, you have ended up deleting few emails with an attachment that you need at a later point in time.
Your mailbox is clogged up, and mail server slow, as you have tons of emails with attachments. You wish there was a way to automatically download, tag and organize these attachments as they arrived on a daily basis.
You find finder for macOS to be lagging in intuitive features for file interactions and wish it offered a little bit more?
You always hoped that macOS introduced a feature to allow you to hide some of your personal file & folders?