The easy-to-use database for everything in your life.
DataOrganizer is a personal database for macOS. While professional database software may be expensive and complex, DataOrganizer aims not only to be affordable and easy to use, but perhaps even fun. DataOrganizer can be tried out for 14 days with no restrictions. Download it for free, today.
There are a bunch of things you can do with DataOrganizer. You can…
DataOrganizer imports Bento 4 databases. Because the last version of Bento is a 32-bit app, it will not function in macOS 10.15 Catalina. With that in mind, DataOrganizer imports Bento's raw database file, ensuring that importing will continue to work even after system support for Bento has been removed. (Note: Encrypted, calculation, and location fields are not presently supported.)
DataOrganizer also imports data from BayCard stacks (DataOrganizer’s predecessor), as well as data from Comma Separated Values (CSV) and Tab Separated Values (TSV) files.
DataOrganizer includes eight ready-made templates to get you started: Clients, Inventory, Issues, Journal, Membership List, Party Planner, Recipes, and Serial Numbers. Simply select a template and DataOrganizer will generate an appropriate library on the fly.
Should DataOrganizer not include a template that fits your needs, DataOrganizer makes it easy to create your own library in minutes.
If you want a “sub-group” of the cards in a library, you can create a stack or smart stack. A stack is similar to a playlist in iTunes, while a smart stack is criteria-based and is similar to a smart playlist.
DataOrganizer includes four special field types that link to macOS's built-in databases.
DataOrganizer also includes a field type that stores collections of one or more photos.
Using a relationship field, DataOrganizer allows for one library to link to another library.
In addition to the standard list view for libraries and stacks that has been around from the beginning, DataOrganizer 2.0 now includes two additional view modes: table and gallery.
The table view displays data in a spreadsheet-like form. If applicable, the footer can display the count, minimum, maximum, sum, or average of a field’s values (the values listed in a column).
The gallery view lists all of the images located in the media fields of the selected library or stack.
Simply put, DataOrganizer supports Mojave’s Dark Mode.