Hazel is your personal housekeeper, organizing and cleaning folders based on rules you define. Hazel can also manage your trash and uninstall your applications.
Organize your files using a familiar rule interface. Filter on the file’s name, type, date, the site or email address it came from and more. And do more than just file. You can set color labels, Spotlight keywords and comments and even archive files. Hazel also cleans, sporting options to clean out incomplete and duplicate downloads.
In addition, Hazel can manage your Trash for you, relieving you of having to empty it yourself.
All this is done automatically in the background allowing you to focus on your real work.
- Added "Dynamic Tags". You can now create and remove tags based on a file's metadata and custom attributes.
- Dates attributes can now be matched against days of the week or month just as the "Current Time" attribute currently can. Just use "occurs at", "occurs before", and "occurs after".
- Fixed completion drop-down getting screwed up when navigating by keyboard.
- Fixed "(empty)" getting added to the name of an empty custom token every time it is edited (instead of just the first time).
- Added icon for "any existing tag".
- Various other tweaks and fixes.
- Fixed crashes when the trash folder for a volume was missing.
- The "anything" token when matching against non-Content attributes will now match across lines.
- A bunch of internal cleanup.
Intel, 64-bit processor， OS X 10.7 or later