This technique allows you to organize your programs, files, and folders better by creating a different configuration for each set. For example, if you want to organize the programs, files, and folders for project A, you simply need to create a new MadAppLauncher file (select File | New from the menu) and put your project A related stuff in that configuration. You can create as many configurations as you would like. You do not need to fill up every single button on every tab page. The following steps demonstrates how to create two configurations and how to switch back and forth between them using the launcher.
Consistency helps us remember things. You can apply the same logic when naming tabs. When working of multiple similar projects, give the same names to similar tabs and their locations. See the table below.
|Project Name||Project's File Name||Tab Number||Tab Name|
Now when you switch between projects, you know that programs that apply to that project can be found by pressing "1", Pressing "2" gives you the folders and "3" for the data files.
Add numbers to tab names to make selections easier. For example, name the first tab "1. Applications, 2. Folders, 3. Utilities, etc."