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cintanote tags is good and slim, but it can only find notes from tags, but not other way around.
in cintanote, each notes have tags shows in the list, but what about couple of notes? how to find out what's the tags assigned of them all?
Usually, I would filter/select some notes, and I'd like to know what's the topics(tags) of them, that's really important to me as I am using cintanote as a interest collection.
currently, I have to copy the filtered/selected notes to another temporally section to find out the tags assigned them.
hope you can make my routine easier and that will give cintanote more effectively handling notes as well. :)
A keyboard shortcut to assign a Special Tag like "Collection".
Target: Fast collecting of a bunch of notes, even from different searches, without risking a cramp in the Ctrl-Finger.
I'm using Shift+F6 to move notes into a section called "Collection", but it needs at least one extra keystroke per selection.
(Maybe another shortcut for emptying the collection - removing collector tags - would also be nice.)
Suggestion: The tag "Collection" could appear as a sticky tag in the not scrolling area of "All" and "Untagged". If it can't, it should be renamable in order to determine the appearence in the tag list.
At least one shortcut to assign a tag would do the trick.
Editor commands to copy selected (marked) text and:
a) Use as Title (replace)
b) Use as Remark (add)
c) Use as Tag (add; routine needed to handle spaces)
Further distinctions are possible (copy or cut, replace or add) but maybe would overload the action.
(Bonus: No need for text selection, if the desired object is only one word. Choice would be the word next to cursor.)
A number of rules I don't want all the time running, so they are deactivated.
A command to run a rule only once - on demand - without changing the status of activation would be nice (similar to testing).
Currently I have to "Activate-Close-Reopen-Deactivate" instead of "Run".
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