Stache 1.2 — smarter bookmarking for Mac and iOS

almost 9 years ago from Oliver Waters, Founder & CEO at Orbit / Momento

  • Patrick SmithPatrick Smith, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

    Mine is organised:

    Design - Creativity - Design Inspiration - Details - Icons - Landing Pages - Showcasing - Typography - User Experience

    Engineering - Architecture - Blik (a project of mine) - Cocoa - Hoverlytics (another project) - InfinityList (project) - Technical Potential - Web

    Business & Marketing - Business Inspiration - Getting Traction - Jobs - Launching - Stories

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    • Chris NaylorChris Naylor, almost 9 years ago

      How are you finding your categories? Do you file accordingly in the folder? or are you using tags more for searching?

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      • Patrick SmithPatrick Smith, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )

        I’m not quite sure how the tags work (it has tags and category folders), I haven’t explored it. I’m a very visual person, navigating based on what I can see in front of me, so I tend to not use search much. The categories seemed to fit my need so I’ve used those!

        I’ve tried to make the categories problems I want to tackle ('Landing Pages', 'Architecture', ’Design Inspiration’). I would want each to have not too many pages in there so it’s nice and relaxing to come back to browse through them. It would seem like a good idea if some got too full I would aim to split them up into two more distinct groups.

        I’ve just created the tag ‘Stuck’, for something really eye opening or clever or even reinforcing the obvious stuff I forget and haven’t learned yet. If I get stuck, I hope I can come back to here to flick through.

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        • Oliver WatersOliver Waters, almost 9 years ago

          Hey Patrick,

          Tags and Categories are very similar in how they function. The differentiator between the two is really how people use them to organise a bookmark.

          Categories can be organised by folders and nested and tags cannot. Some people use both tags and categories, others just use one.

          We provide both so people have the choice based on their organisation preferences.

          Hope this helps.

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