Mac OS Utilities
APP STORE FEATURED & MACWORLD GEM - End the chaos of messy folders.
Organize any folder with tons of built-in rules or create powerful custom ones. Folder Tidy uses all available CPUs for the fastest tidy possible and can handle GBs or even TBs of files.
With one click Folder Tidy will sort the files from the messy folder into the appropriate sub folders (Pictures, Word Documents, Numbers, Archives, etc).
Need a little more control? Open up the preferences, change the order of the built-in rules, or start to make custom rules. Use the powerful predicate editor to make pretty much any rule you'd like. For example, create a rule to move all photos with a size bigger than 5MB and older than a year into a folder.
Check out some of the awesome features:
• Organize your files into subfolders based on the file type and/or rules.
• Use one of the many built-in rules, or create powerful ones based on predicates.
• Choose what types of files to clean up.
• Choose files and folders to ignore during a clean up.
• Choose where to put the cleaned up files and folders.
• Options to ignore aliases, folders and anything with a label.
• Ability to undo the clean up.
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[New] Undo feature now runs in the background, with an updated progress.
[New] Confirmation dialog shown when quitting to make sure it's clear that the undo is only available while the app is open.
[New] Both the source and destination folder path controls are drag/drop enabled for choosing the folders.
[New] Minor touch ups to the UX to be both cleaner and clearer.
[Fixed] Issue where is was possible in some rare cases that the undo feature wouldn't be able to put all the files back.
[Fixed] Issue with the items in the Ignore list not being visible.
[Fixed] Issue where in some rare cases files wouldn't be ignored properly if there were multiple folders with the same prefix.
[Fixed] Issue where the "Ignore Bundles / Packages" feature wouldn't always work properly.
[Fixed] Potential crash when using "name contains" in a custom rule. If this happened, please edit the rule and close it to re-save in the proper format.