Tags help you quickly sort your cards, so its good to get into a habit of using them. With conventional files you might have struggled to see repeating/connecting themes/topics. But with Supernotes you can just tag them!

You add a tag at any time, by opening the 'Universal Coupler' by typing [/] followed by [#]. Alternatively, you can click the + button in the top right to open the 'Universal Coupler' and select 'Tag'. Type the tag you wish to create and then press enter to add it to the card.

You will notice that you can change whether a tag is 'Public' or 'Personal'.

  • Public tags can be seen by anyone who has access to that card (i.e. if you intend to share it in the future). If the tag you are adding is useful for everyone, such as '#summary', then add it as a public tag.

  • Personal tags can only be seen by you. This is useful for categorising cards with labels personal to you. For example, if you find a particular topic difficult, you may want to tag that card with '#difficult'. Since that only applies to you it is a personal tag.

Removing Tags

You can remove a tag from a card anytime by clicking on it during edit mode, and then hitting 'Remove Tag'. Make sure to finish your card to confirm your changes.

The auto-suggested list is generated by all the tags that are on your cards in your library (even those in Junk). If you would like to remove a tag in this list please remove all instances of that particular tag and then refresh your page to remove it from the auto-suggested list.

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