When OS X Mavericks was released in 2013 with tagging support built directly into Finder, I expected tagging on OS X to gather steam (at least among “power users”). However, the number of tools and solutions for using tags remains limited:

I am looking for tools to support maintenance jobs like merging tags, listing tags according to frequency, mass re-tagging.

Are there other tools to help with these jobs?

  • AFAIK you would have to write automator scripts to do this now.
    – zamber
    Commented Dec 17, 2014 at 11:42

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Vitag, a tool for batch tagging from the command line using your favorite editor, was released by Brett Terpstra yesterday.

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