- Stores almost any type of information, including plain text, formatted
text, numbers, dates, times, booleans, URLs, etc.
- Nodes can have several fields that form a mini-database.
- The user-defined tree structure automatically keeps things organized.
- The same nodes can appear in multiple locations.
- Users can drill down into various sections of the tree to find nodes using
- Pressing on a leaf node in the tree expands it to show its full
- A long or double press on a node in the tree opens a detail view showing
the full output of the node and any children.
- Creating a new leaf node when the detail view shows a grouping node will
pre-populate fields to match the group.
- Phrase, keyword and regular expression searches will list all matching
nodes from an active group or from the entire tree.
- String replace operations can be performed on search results.
- By default, the text field editor will show misspelled English words with
a red underline.
- Undo operations are stored in the files, so operations from a previous
session can be undone.
- The data from a two TreeTag files can be merged together.
- Files can be imported and exported to or from both TreeLine and CSV
- Files can be exported to indented text files.
- TreeTag can interface with a Kinto storage server to store and retrieve
files from the cloud.