Feature Request: Rearrangeable Tabs

  1. last year

    Thank you for this amazing application. I've spent years looking for something like this only to stumble upon it on Stack Social. I've been shocked and amazed that so few people seem to know about DoogiePIM even though it has been out for two years - this is the solution a lot of productivity and organizing types I know want and need in their life!

    I love that there is an active community surrounding this application. Is there any way, or a plan to implement a feature, to be able to move and rearrange tabs in the sidebar and/or horizontal tab bar? This would be of great benefit to me, and I'm sure many others, as I have a tendency to align my most active tabs to the left in order to be actioned first.

    On a minor side note, is there a way to utilize the spellcheck feature of Chromium on the DoogiePIM web browser? By nature I cannot spell worth a damn and when I right click on the red underlined word there is no option to correct the wording.

  2. You're quite welcome, doogiePIM is truly an amazing product and I have thoroughly enjoyed taking it for a test drive over the last few days.

    I understand the concern with integrating a fully functional browser balanced with the need for privacy and security (especially in today's age). I would propose, it at all possible, a setting the user could activate (or not) allowing for the base browser to be able to accept extensions in order to further enhance the capabilities of an already amazing platform. It would certainly do wonders to further my own productivity as I would no longer need to alternate between doogiePIM and my browser (although I'm more of a Firefox guy!).

    As for the positioning and behavior of the sidebar/side panels I had seen your video on doogiePIM's YouTube channel and have been playing around with how to optimize the app for my needs. The collapsible feature I described in the previous post can be likened to what the creator of Clibu is attempting with his webapp that has some similar functionality to doogiePIM (you can see how the side bar buttons expand into quick reference panes at https://myclibu.com. ).

    While doogiePIM is far more mature an application and locally installed I think this type of capability would assist users in maximizing screen real estate for next action items while also allowing for maximum use of the sidebar as a quick reference element verses a static viewing pane.