Easily copy-pasting tags between notes are possible in Evernote Mac version, as far as I know, it would be nice if it's possible in Evernote app for mobile devices. Right now the closest way to achieve that is by duplicating an existing tagged note, clearing its content, then copy pasting a new content to it. But if the copy-pasted content has formatting, clipped from websites for example, then sometimes the formatting will be screwed. It'll be nice if there's simply a "duplicate tags only" aside from "duplicate note" option in the menu.
Fey replied to ShanC's question in Evernote for Windows Requests (Versions 6.25.1 and under)It would be nice if there's a solution to this for the mobile app version of Evernote. Like the "Duplicate" feature, "Duplicate tags only" and assign them to other existing notes would be very nice. For example if I saved a webpage to Evernote, with pictures and complex formatting of the original webpage and stuff, then give the Note many tags; then later I saved another webpage, also with complex formatting, and I simply want to tag it with the same tags as the previous one I saved, then maybe add 1-2 new tags. Duplicating the first Note so that it retains the tags, then clearing the old content, then copy-pasting the new content to it doesn't work, and takes too much time and hassle and too much complications. Yes, I work with a lot of tags, sometimes even up to 20 tags for a single Note. (my personal record was 62 tags for a Note... yes, really.) No, I don't use the desktop version of Evernote. Only on mobile devices.