Working with tags #
Tags are keywords that you can add to your content. By doing this you automatically attach your pages, images, etc. to these keywords. When you open a tag you get an overview of all attached entities.
Finding the right tagging convention #
This is a simple but very powerful way to organize thoughts. Still, you need to find YOUR way of tagging your content. Our co-founder Steffen published some tips on tagging on Twitter. Feel free to follow them and find your system.
How to tag #
Top-level tags #
Now let's see you you can tag your content: Every entity in Capacities can be tagged. On a page you can for example add top-level tags right at the top. Just type the keyword and select from exiting ones or create a new one.
Tags in text #
Explore tags #
Changing the view #
You can change the view of your content on the right.
Filter and sort #
You can also use filter, and sort – like in your databases.
Navigate to related tags #
Based on the tagged content, Capacities calculates related tags and displays the most relevant ones at the top. This allows you to quickly navigate to related topics.
Choose your tags wisely. If you do, it will be a game-changer in your note-taking. Have fun exploring! 👌
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