Atlas curates your digital universe and enables easy organization and sharing of your projects with your team. Whether it is conquering tab parking, tracking your key documents and websites for a project, or locating a lost document, with Atlas you can easily get back to them from any Atlas enabled device.
Organize Your Content with Tags
Atlas Tags enable you to organize your important items both while you work and within Atlas.
Atlas Curator (highlighted in red, below) is Atlas' desktop assistant helping you easily organize your currently focused items with quick access to Atlas app for search and organization features.
Tip: use option+space bar to quickly open Curator.
Using Atlas Curator
By default, Curator will be shown on all of your desktops. You can manage the preferences from Atlas' options menu, found by clicking on the cog in the top-right of Curator. Closing this window will pin Curator to the Status Bar next time you click on the Atlas icon on the status bar or use the keyboard shortcut.
Pin Curator to Status Menu
When you want to move Curator off your desktop and pin it to the Status Menu, simply click on the red button in the top-left of the Curator window (seen below).
Move Curator to your desktop
If you closed the Curator window, you will see the pinned Curator window when you click on the Atlas icon in the Status Menu (seen below). Selecting 'Open as Window' from the Options menu will detach the Curator Window and move it to your desktop.
Tagging using Curator
Curator is a great way to organize and curate your important items while you work. Instead of keeping your browser tabs open, why not tag them as #read_later or #project_name?
As you switch between various applications and browser tabs, you will see the new item in focus with previously applied tags and suggested new tags. There is a lot packed into this little window!
- Title for the item in focus will be displayed, i.e. Atlas Informatics
- + will allow you to apply tags and it will also display previously applied tags
- Suggested tags will allow you to choose from previously used tags
- Expander icon (double arrow) will launch Atlas Search
- All Items will navigate to Atlas to show you your Recently Opened items
Atlas Home and Search
Launching the Atlas app will bring you to the home screen. On the home screen, you can search for anything that Atlas has saved for you.
- Search results based on keyword or #tag-name. Note, this is an infinite-scroll list (the more you scroll, the more results you'll see).
- Related tags from search results. As you load more search results, you will see additional tags relating to the search results.
- Currently Open and Recently Open allows you to find those items you were recently looking at, such as that website you recently closed.
- Clicking the home icon will take you back to the main view at any time.
- Clicking on the # icon will take you to see and manage all of your tags.
- Clicking on the Settings/Profile allows you to send us diagnostics reports -- see how to send Atlas logs to support.
Atlas Tag Search
In addition to searching for keywords, you can now search for things you've tagged by using #tag-name.
- As before, you can filter search results by kind and time
- Search for keywords and #tag-name
- Search results returns tags associated with results for easy navigation/pivot to search in those items
- Clicking the # icon will navigate to Tag Viewer
Atlas Select and Multi-Select
You can multi-select items from search results by:
- Dragging your mouse to select multiple items, or
- Using the keyboard and mouse to cmd+click on each of the items
With select and multi-select, you are one click away from:
- Applying/updating tags to the selected items via suggestions or manual tagging
- Quick preview of the items
- Share or delete
- Open selected items
If you are familiar with Atlas Recall, you will notice some of our privacy and data controls around blocking or pause/resume is not yet available. In the meantime, Atlas respects incognito/private browsing -- more on our private browsing.