EagleFiler makes managing your information easy. It lets you archive and search mail, Web pages, PDF files, word processing documents, images, and more. Use it to collect information from a variety of sources. Browse different types of files using a standard three-pane interface. Organize them into folders and annotate them with tags and notes, or leave everything in one folder and pin-point the information you need using the live search. Since EagleFiler stores its library in Finder format, you can use it in concert with the other tools in your Mac ecosystem.
EagleFiler in a nutshell:
- With a single keypress, import Web pages, mail messages, or any file on your Mac.
- EagleFiler stores them in an open format: regular files and folders that are fully accessible to your other applications.
- Optionally: encrypt the files, add tags, notes, color-coded labels, and other metadata.
- Browse by folder or by tag, or use the live search to find the information you need (faster than Spotlight).
- View, edit, or create documents directly in EagleFiler’s streamlined interface, or double-click to edit using another application.
EagleFiler is a digital filing cabinet, a research assistant, and a snippet collector. You can use it to write a journal, track all the files for a project or job, save your favorite Web articles, store financial statements, run a paperless office, plan a trip, collect your course notes, archive your e-mail correspondence, search mailing list archives, research a purchase, remember recipes to cook or books to read, store scientific papers, gather legal case notes, or assemble a scrapbook. It’s the most flexible tool on your Mac.
- The Reveal button in the Errors window now works if multiple errors are selected. You can now hold down the Option key to open the files instead of revealing them; this is useful for loading attachments in Mail messages that were only partially downloaded
- Added DisplayPDFsWithQuickLook to the esoteric preferences to let you work around bugs in macOS 10.12’s PDFView
- Improved the following sections of the manual
- How can I run optical character recognition (OCR) on my PDFs
- Importing From a Scanner
- Importing Mail From Apple Mail
- Show Tab Bar
- Worked around a change in the macOS 10.12 font panel that could cause the wrong variant of the system font to be used when changing the font in the preferences
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.12 that could prevent the progress window from being centered
- Worked around a badly worded OS certificate error when checking for a software update
- Worked around a change in macOS 10.12 that messed up the positioning of tag abbreviations in the source list
- Worked around a change in macOS 10.12 that could cause the ruler to be shown when editing a plain text file
- Worked around an issue that prevented some errors from being logged to Console on macOS 10.12
- Fixed a bug with the Apple Mail importer and the new mail store format on macOS 10.12 that led to Missing Apple Mail Message Attachment errors
- Fixed a bug where capturing from an On My Mac Apple Mail mailbox on macOS 10.12 didn’t work if the Mac had not been previously running OS X 10.11
- Fixed a bug where the tab stops for the plain text editor didn’t auto-adjust for different fonts and sizes
- Fixed a bug where the tag abbreviation font in the source list didn’t match the records list and Tags inspector
- Fixed a bug where sometimes the Drop Pad or capture key would would incorrectly report that no library was open
- Fixed a bug where image titles were sometimes not properly imported and indexed
- If EagleFiler is unable to find the messages to import from Apple Mail, it now logs the folders it was looking for them in to aid in troubleshooting
OS X 10.6.8 or later