I'm looking for a tool that will allow me to quickly download sites/screenshots into an app where I can further organize it with tags.
- Siobhan O'Rorke made this productI'm a bit biased, I know, but Zenkit is useful for pretty much everything, including design inspiration. It's not the easiest to snip things from the web (although that's coming soon), however once it's in Zenkit you can tag, sort, and view images really easily. You can even create a mind map to help cluster your inspiration better :)
- I´m using Milanote it´s all manual, drag and drop, no grids and I Love it!Milanote is by far my top pick for this use case. It melds 'folder organising' with 'wall space'. It's intuitive and starts free!
- Graeme Bryce made this productI am part of the product team but I have been looking for an app to do this for years! Of course we use JIRA and Confluence but we also now use Twasme to organise screenshots will associated note and documents. It allows you to create unlimited collections and then create unlimited entries inside each collection. An entry can be simply a note or it can have attachments. you can also add custom values to each entry to store credentials or scores or just about anything. The team are keen to see how people react to the product and will listen to any feature requests. At the moment anyone signing up for the live product before the end of January receives a free lifetime subscription.
- I like OneNote to clip & collect stuff. Pro: It's free, has powerful Browser add-ons to clip anything and the search functionality is phenomenal. Con: The macOS version lacks terribly in features compared to the Windows one. I have tried a few others like Evernote, Agenda, Notes, Pocket but I always find myself to go back to OneNote.