Designed for those who already have a traditional filing cabinet, these multicolored folders categorize files in a hanging drawer.
-Comes in five bright colors for quick file identification
-Can use the clear tabs and white inserts if you want to label the folders instead of rely of their colors
-Includes coated rod tips for smooth gliding across the drawer’s internal wire
-Requires a separate purchase for a file cabinet
-Can’t accommodate legal-size papers
This travel-sized, briefcase-shaped organizer is water-resistant, fireproof, and lockable to protect your valuable documents on the go.
-Can withstand fires that are up to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit
-Features card slots, passport pockets, and more to organize your items
-Has a strap to slide it over your suitcase handle
-Not designed for stationary use in an office setting
-Offers water resistance instead of being waterproof
If simplicity is a priority for your file organization needs, consider this expanding folder that holds 150–200 pages.
-Has five pockets for each day of the work week
-Comes with labels that stick to the pocket tabs
-Has a snap-button closure to secure your files
-Can’t label the first pocket
-Made from flimsy, thin plastic
This metal organizer contains five trays for files and a drawer for other office supplies.
-Made of durable alloy steel
-Has rubber feet to keep it steady on your desk
-Organizes your other supplies with the three-compartment drawer
-Takes up a lot of space if you have a small desk
-May struggle to see what files are on the bottom tiers
These two boxes are stackable in case you want to store infrequently used documents on a shelf in your closet.
-Can store legal- and letter-size papers depending on which way you orient the box
-Has a collapsible design
-Comes with metal-reinforced side handles
-May be heavy to carry with files inside
-Made from fabric and cardboard, which aren’t particularly sturdy materials