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Confidential icon Use tags on files and folders to easily identify them in your project and share them with your team, synchronize folders, and automate tagging

Since most, if not all office environments are now fitted with a computer, file management is more important than ever. As such, you might need to place special tags on particular items on your computer, and Confidential is the application which delivers these options in a fashionable manner.

Some prerequisites need to be met first

For starters, the application requires a few other things on your computer before it can properly function. One of them is .NET Framework, which you might already have on your PC, while the other two, Microsoft SQL Server LocalDB, and Visual Studio Tools for Office Runtime might have to be manually deployed.

In any case, the application quickly installs on your computer and is ready to go without a restart if all prerequisites are met. More than this, you can start tagging your files directly from the context menu thanks to the newly-added entries. You can also change and rename tags from Context Menu options.

Find and manage tagged items

The application also comes with a manager which brings up the main window. It’s pretty well-organized, with a side navigation panel which makes it easy to go through local folders but also through existing tags and groups. The rest of the space is where results are displayed. The upper toolbar is fitted with a local search bar, but also with a global one.

What the application aims to do is help you better distribute, track, and manage files in your workgroup or project, but it’s also just the right tool to use at home with files you don’t want others to access or, on the contrary, want to have a look first thing.

There are several preset tags to use, such as Classified, Company confidential, Maybe Safe, and Safe to Send. Needless to say that you can create new tags and fit them with custom names and colors for easy identification. You can even create new groups to be managed in the main window, such as Internet Addresses, or simply work related.

Collaborate with your team across LAN

However, simply adding tags to easily sort out files is not the only thing Confidential can do. It comes with advanced sharing capabilities across a Local Network to greatly enhance teamwork. This way, an entire team has access and manages files and tags.

On the other hand, you have the possibility to create users with particular rights over viewing and editing of tags. Users can also be placed inside custom groups, which is pretty efficient for management of large teams and projects.

Set up rules for automatic tagging

Last but not least, file management can be automated with the help of Confidential. In other words, there’s the possibility to set up folder synchronization according to tags, but also automation rules.

These are easy to create, and simply require you to choose an action like in folder, matches a text string, is of type, and more, as well as an automatic tag to apply or the option to bring up a pop-up menu so you can decide on the spot. A useful practice here is the automated tagging of all new files created with a particular extension.

A few last words

Bottom line is that, regardless of the environment, Confidentials definitely has something great to offer. Files can be automatically tagged and managed according to type, and large teams and projects benefit from neat sharing options.

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Confidential was reviewed by Mircea Dragomir
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