Please hold the line…

Thursday, October 18th, 2007

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tag2find still alive :)

Friday, August 17th, 2007


yes, we know we have been a little bit silent in the last few weeks…. ok, ok, I confess, months. I just wanted to jump in and calm all of you down who are worried about tag2find being alive. Yes, we are still here! We are focused on developing. tag2find NG is a very major rewrite, so it unfortunately takes some time. Just give us a little bit more time.

And thanks to all of you who have contacted us in the forum, the blog or via e-mail and offering your help. It is very much appreciated and we do all we can to deliver a product which has been worth waiting for!

Our next steps

Wednesday, June 6th, 2007


So, what are our next steps for tag2find? After launching the first version of tag2find and receiving a lot of helpful feedback from users we decided to offer a download without subscription to make it easier for everyone to contribute.

In the meantime we designed the next generation of tag2find based on the world wide feedback and we also planned our network version which enables users to tag files on different PCs. This extended version will also include a network monitoring system for tagged files. It will increase productivity in workgroups. Here an example: Anna is working on a project with Tom. She is writing a report which she should hand to Tom once finished. Instead of telling him via email, telephone or at the next meeting, she tags the file with “projectname” and “report”. Tom uses the monitoring system of tag2find. He subscribes for those tags and as soon as Anna copies the file onto their shared folder, he will be automatically notified. Isn’t this a cool stuff?

For our next release we will again invite users from all around the world to join our testing program. But this time we would like to give something back to you. We plan to award users for their time they spend to improve tag2find. There will be little presents like t-shirt, polo shirts, etc. and we are also negotiating with a famous watch company to sponsor this program – see create your own watch face by laks.

That’s it for today. We plan on writing more about the exiting topic of tagging in the future as well as tell you about our lives here at tag2find office. Stay tuned for our next article 😉

Storms in Austria – Loss of E-Mail Connectivity

Thursday, January 18th, 2007

Austria, as several other countries in Western and Central Europe, is currently experiencing heavy storms. Unfortunately our main office in Hagenberg is currently in an area without power supply, because several power lines have been damaged by the storm. As a consequence we are currently cut off e-mails.

Therefore we do not receive any support queries and feedbacks from the feedback wizard. None of these mails, however, should be lost and will reach us as soon as the power and internet connections are restored.

We will keep you informed.

Update 2007-01-19 (08:00 CET): Power has been restored around midnight. All servers are up again and the delayed mails should come in within the next few hours.