What mac app should I use to organize all my screenshots?

I take a bunch of screenshots and right now it just dumps to my desktop and I want a better way to organize and tag to review later. What should I use?
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    Pixave 2.0

    The ultimate image organizer for the Mac.

    Chris Messina
    Chris Messina11Product designer & entrepreneur Β· Written
    I used to use LittleSnapper, then Ember, but I've totally switched to Pixave. It's not perfect, but it's close.
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    • Leonardo Pinheiro
      Leonardo PinheiroA user of multiple apps

      this software used to work pretty well, sometimes it would hang on a process for a while, but it would work. Since the last OSX update, this app is useless, it crashes everytime you try to import an icon or use an icon.

      I wrote to the developer a couple times in the last 30 days or so, he never answered, so I guess this app is dead.

      Find another option and make better use of your money.

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    • I used to use Pixave too, but now I use Eagle.

      https://en.eagle.cool/

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  2. Patrick Frank
    Patrick FrankPrincipal, Patchbay Media Β· Written
    Dropbox gets you halfway there. Take a screenshot and Dropbox will automatically generate a link and save to save to Screenshots folder. From there you could use Mac Finder tags?
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    Screenshotter

    The simplest way to organize and manage mobile screenshots.

    Adam Kazwell
    Adam KazwellProduct manager/observer Β· Written
    Great for organizing screenshots taken with your phone
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  4. Sam Bible
    Sam BibleApp Aficionado Β· Written
    I have made my way through the same tools over the years that @chrismessna mentioned: LittleSnapper, Ember, Pixave. I would describe Eagle as Pixave 3.0. Lots of improvements that seem small but add up to a much nicer experience. Cleaner UI, more flexible and faster Chrome import options, optional Pinterest-style grid layout, etc.
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