Table of contents
Compatibility and Download
- Currently for Windows 10 and 11 only (Mac version planned)
- Distributed via the Microsoft Store
- View web version of the Store, or directly launch the Store app
Add Source(s) to organize
- Click on the Add Source button.
- Select Local folder in the menu.
- Select a folder which you wish to organize better with Ritt.
Source(s) will show up on the right (main) pane.
- Navigation in Ritt is similar to that in File Explorer.
- Double click on a folder to navigate inside, double click on a file to open it.
- Click on any folder in the Address bar for quick navigation. The scroll wheel on your mouse can be used to scroll horizontally.
- Click on the Add Tag button to add a new tag.
- Enter a suitable name for the new tag.
- After the first tag has been created, you can also add new tags by dragging and dropping the Add Tag button to a desired position in the list of existing tags.
- Navigate to and select the file(s) or folder(s) that you wish to tag.
- Tag the item(s) by clicking on the empty circle next to the tag.
Creating nested tags
- When you create many tags, you may want to organize the tags hierarchically.
- Drag and drop children tags into parent tags.
Activating a tag
- In the tag tree (left panel), navigate to and click on a desired tag to activate it.
- Tagged items will be displayed in the right panel.
- You can also view Related Tags (if any) through a dropdown menu next to the Search bar.
Activating multiple tags
- Click on another tag under Related Tags to activate it. You will now see items that are tagged to both tags.
- Alternatively, in the tag tree on the left pane, Ctrl + click (or middle mouse button click) on another tag to activate it.
Integrating folders and tags
- In Ritt, you can drag and drop a folder into the tag pane. This folder can now also behave like a tag, you can tag items from other locations to it!