Tags: Overview

Tags: Overview

What you can do: Organize and Search your Notes.


Tags will help you keep notes organized by allowing you to categorize your notes, create notes with your voice, and search quickly and thoroughly. 



By adding a tag, you can quickly search your notes that have that tag applied. For example, you can create a tag called "Next Meeting" that will be used for points that you want to bring up at the next meeting. You can later come back and search for that tag. 



You can customize your tags, across all users, in Settings > Tags. 



Tips

  1. How to Create Tags
  2. How to Tag Notes
  3. You can quickly search for tags using the "Filter Notes" feature in the Workspace.
  4. Tags are used to organize your notes

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