OS X Mavericks added a handy tagging system to help you immediately find files, but it's not the most intuitive feature to use. If you want to manage those tags faster, blogger Marko Kästner shows off an Alfred workflow for doing just that.
To manage tags in Mavericks, you have to click the file and change the tags in the info dialog. This is inconvenient. Kästner's method uses Alfred to create a shortcut where you can show all tags on a file or folder, add or remove tags, and instantly search using just your keyboard. It's a fast and easy way to go back and clean up your tags without messing around with your mouse.