Here is an idea whose time has come. Use your Mac as a file cabinet. Wait. What? Isn't that what the Documents folder is about? After all, documents can be customized wherever you want, accessible from the Finder sidebar, and contain something, right?
There are different and different ways to organize a multitude of files on your Mac, and even more ways to configure your Documents folder to handle almost any file management method you want. Use the Finder. Use the dock. Use one of a few dozen Mac organizations for Mac files. Or use a file cabinet. As in File Cabinet Pro.
Everything, one click
To be honest about file management methods, I have no problems with the Documents folder. Everything except photos, movies and music is stored there, and the personal file and folder organization system I use has been tried and true since the last century. The problem with managing such files and adding them to the Documents folder is availability . Using documents requires a step or two to get there, and then navigate through the folder hierarchy, whether you are using Finder (I put documents in the sidebar), or Dock (I drag documents to the folder area on the right; it works). [1
Click, then you will receive.
 File Cabinet Pro is something of a Swiss Army Knife tool that allows you to navigate files and folders, but also perform Finder-like tasks. For example, you can open, rename, move, tag, copy, paste, or even file files from the File Cabinet.
It is a built-in editor that handles .txt, .rtf, rtfd and even PDF files. In addition, it can preview image files .png, .jpg, .tif, .bmp, .psd and .svg. Use the File Cabinet to create folders and folders in folders and open documents or files in those folders – without leaving the app you are using because it works from the Mac menu.
You can even drag files over the File Cabinet Pro icon in the menu bar, and the app's drop-down window opens automatically, giving you even more file navigation options. This is nice. The only nicer thing would be a pop-out shelf option (because Mac's Menu Bar is just so crazy already). The latest version also uses tabs to better organize files.
Aside from one dazzling problem, File Cabinet Pro works very well and helps you become more efficient with file management and keeps you away from the cumbersome Finder. So, where is the trial version? As it turns out, the File Cabinet Lite trial version is available from the Mac App Store. To get the extra Pro features, you need to cough up the purchase amount in the app.