XYplorer 19.80 has been released on 12-Mar-2019. Here’s a quick introduction to the main new features:
Multi-User-Tagging. The concept of Multi-User-Tagging, i.e. sharing file tags within a networked team, is around for quite a while in XYplorer, but the first implementation lacked power, comfort, and elegance. Not anymore.
If you are looking for a way to implement a shared tagging system, you found it. Easy setup, fast automatic real-time synchronization, access control, and a large number of independent fields (Label, Tags, Comment, and 16 freely definable Extra Tags) for each file.
Give it a try, annotate a file and have all your team members see your notes in real-time in their file manager. And see their comments in your file manager. Your team is fully connected.
Your team mate comments a file in his file manager and you see that comment in your file manager right away? That’s not a dream anymore. With the new XYplorer you enter the wonderful world of streamlined Multi-User-Tagging. And to set it up will take you about 5 minutes.
The following 4 steps are all it takes to create a MUT network:
If all is set up right, each member of the team will see the same tags on the same files, and if any member changes any of them, the others will see the change in real-time in their instance of XYplorer.
Look here for options and details.
Status Log. Now the last 1000 changes in the Status Bar are permanently logged. It might be interesting to see what those rapidly changing Status Bar messages actually said, or what exactly you were doing 15 minutes ago. Now you can find out.
To open the Status Log right-click the Status Bar and click Show Status Log.
The Status Log will look something like this: