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  1. Thanks for trying it out. Let me what you think it just a first cut, so I'm open to suggestions. I am also getting the last couple bugs out of a version that continously monitors your note and tags, retagging notes when they change, or automatically tagging new notes when they are added. You just need to leave it running in the background on your computer.
  2. For anybody else reading this thread: You can make Tag Maven attempt a sync by tagging a note, or turning a tag off or on, or rearranging some tags in the tree. This will make Tag Maven's state 'dirty' and it will need to sync the changes back to the Evernote service, and check for missing notes... Use the "Sync with Evernote Button" again. This should cause it to attempt syncing and pick up the remaining notes. This fixed the problem for Mr Pearce. He now has approx 8,000 notes in Tag Maven
  3. Here is an initial version of a Tag management tool for Evernote for the Mac. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tag-mave ... 8959?mt=12 It's just a first cut, feedback is greatly appreciated. Let me see how many of the features on DrSkippy27's list I can get into 1.01? It already does: d. sort tags by number of notes And a. merge tags -- e.g. right now if you have "dog" and "dogs", to consolidate to "dog", you have to add "dog" to all notes tagged "dogs" then delete "dogs" Will definitely be in the next release, I really want that... Thanks Barry
  4. Here is an initial version of a Tag management tool for Evernote for the Mac. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tag-mave ... 8959?mt=12 It's just a first cut, feedback is greatly appreciated. Thanks Barry
  5. I have an experimental tag managing application I've developed for OS X. I backs up tags and their document associations to your local drive. Allows you to maintain the tag tree via simple dragging and dropping. Generates a 3D tag cloud that can be manipulated. I'm working on getting it ready for the open market, but it's still early enough to build in new features... So what are people looking for in a tag manager? Thanks Barry
  6. Hello tag cloudsters I have a prototype standalone OS X application that produces a 3D tag cloud from an existing set of Evernote tags. I was wondering if there is still interest in such a tool, and if there are any particular requests for it's feature set... Thanks in advance. Barry
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