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Post-It Index Filing Tabs are another good office stationery idea from this firm. They come 24 to a pack, are a handy, easy-to-see size, adhere to many surfaces, and present a clean and professional appearance. They can be used for project folders, catalogs, books, notebooks, and files, and are also durable, and easy to write on. They are made extra-thick so as to prevent wear and tear and keep a fresh appearance.

I have a minor thing for office stationery -- not nearly equivalent to my thing for Hugh Jackman, mind you, but I like these. I wouldn't call the colors they come in stylish, but I like them well enough, and they are handy for creating instantly visually identifiable files by subject. (I wonder, are such things as file tabs available in stylish colors? Post-Its themselves are, aren't they? )Furthermore, these little tabs adhere to surfaces well, but can be removed and reused.
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on 5 September 2012
We have been looking for hard wearing tabs as the ones we were using were solid plastic and the drawer kept breaking them off. These are working incredibly well and they are much cheaper buying them through Amazon.
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on 12 January 2015
The Post-it® Index Filing Tabs 6 Tabs Per Colour 24Pk are very useful when regular post-it markers are too small. They also come with an area that can be written on. Product is about 1" high by 1.5" in length. I used to use these when I was working and always found them useful.
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on 5 September 2013
These tabs are flat, not angled, as the description currently suggests. When you stick them to the front edge of a hanging file, they naturally angle forwards because of the stiffening rod at the top of the file. This means you cannot read them from above.

I am sure they are fine as tabs for ring binders etc, but they are not suitable for hanging files. There is another variant from Post-it which is angled. I may buy some.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICEon 27 September 2014
Post-it® Index Filing Tabs 6 Tabs Per Colour 24Pk - I find these very handy to stick in all sorts of note books, on index cards and diaries. The good thing about these are that they are reusable, so if you buy them to put in a diary for instance and write the months of the year on them, you can put them in the next year's diary. Or if you want to put tabs in your notebooks, when it's chock full of notes you can transfer these to a new, empty book. What I did find alarming is the price, hence the loss of a star, however these are both a good size and good quality, so at least in this case you get what you pay for with these tabs and 24 in a pack is also a decent amount.
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on 28 April 2013
Good value stiff plastic tabs, sticky but able to reposition. I used a label maker to print labels to stick on top which makes it look really organised. It will be interesting to see how long they last and if they loose they stickiness only used for a few days.
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The sticky stuff on Post-it notes was invented by accident by a scientist at 3M in 1968. He was trying to make a super-strong glue but the glue you find on Post-its was the result. It is pressure-sensitive and reusable. The patent for the glue ran out in 1997 but because 3M have carefully innovated around the core idea and retained the quality of their product it's a brand that is trustable and solves real world problems.

These tabs are quite different from paper Post-it notes in a few ways. Coming in a pack of 24, they're small at 50.8mm wide x 38mm tall. They are made entirely from plastic instead of paper, and the plastic is flexy but firm, not crumplable like paper. And the sticky bit occupies more of the back surface than the non-sticky bit. This means they stay in place quite reliably in office-based situations where a paper Post-it would have maybe been moved or lost.

The obvious use for these tabs is in drawers or in piles of paper in folders where you need to consistently find something without searching around. You can write in Sharpie on the non-sticky end and there is a small coloured band at the edge to help you see it.

Post-it make a couple of variations on this product, some having a bigger coloured band and some using brighter and more vibrant colours. Arguably I think these ones are a bit more classy.
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on 15 February 2013
Regular dividers always break or tear, and are never big enough if you use plastic pouches in your folders! These are the perfect alternative! You arrange your work as you like, have as many sections as you want, can write on them! So easy and functional!!!
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VINE VOICEon 4 May 2016
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I love stationery items - it’s almost an illness - so I was excited when I saw these index filing tabs by Post-it.

The tabs themselves are quite small, about 5.1cm x 3.8cm, but the perfect size for using to index your filing or simply to mark a well-used page in your diary or notebook. They are also stronger (and just a touch thicker) than a normal Post-it meaning that they will last a lot longer.

The colours on the tab tops are bright, primary colours. There is then a white band to write on and a clear bottom section. The clear section is the part that’s sticky but it’s not so sticky that you can’t pull the tab off and either re-place it or use it again for something else.

The tabs can be written on and while the white strip is obviously the area you’re supposed to use, pens, pencils and markers easily write anywhere on them.

I noticed a few people mentioned that they felt the cost was too high but I felt that it was a good price. You get 6 tabs of each of the 4 colours for about £5. Perhaps if you’re buying for a specific project such as organising your whole filing drawer/box then the price could get expensive if you have to buy more than one pack. However, if you’re using them for smaller, individual uses and to have in your stationery cupboard for whenever you need them - I think the price is just right.

I would definitely recommend these tabs - they'dl be a great addition for anyone who loves a bit of stationery.
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3M make the original and best Post-It notes, and these are a neat little variation on the idea- and they do, funnily enough, something which I’ve been using upside-down Post-It notes for for years, which is as labels in a filing cabinet. As a specially designed product, naturally these are even better suited for the job, with a large sticky area and an extra rigidity thanks to them being plastic rather than paper.

If you do the maths you realise they’re certainly not cheap per ‘sticky’, to put it mildly- the nice thing about using Post-It notes is that you can frequently change your mind about them because they’re more disposable, with these the skinflint side of my brain would be determined to think extremely carefully about what to write on each one before using them!

For putting clear dividers between sections in a filing cabinet, or a printed document, or a book, you will certainly be able to find a cheaper option than these- but you’ll be hard pushed to find a simpler or neater option.
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