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Hi everyone, 

Is there a way to create a patch of tags from a txt file at once. This way I can use tags to tag notes straight away instead of creating one by one, please?

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Amr

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14 hours ago, Amr Eid said:

Is there a way to create a patch of tags from a txt file at once. This way I can use tags to tag notes straight away instead of creating one by one, please?

If I have text such as   Tag1,Tag2,Tag3 (separated by commas)

I can copy/paste into the tag box of 1 or multiple notes (screenshot is from my Mac)1026098753_ScreenShot2019-09-07at15_55_46.png.082ccde02505f815e7e73dd9890b3cb6.png

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There nothing like that in windows. All i want is to create a list of tags from a txt file at once. 30 tags for example then i can assign whichever to any note.

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5 hours ago, Amr Eid said:

There nothing like that in windows. All i want is to create a list of tags from a txt file at once. 30 tags for example then i can assign whichever to any note.

? I use Windows and copy/ pasting tag1,tag2 etc separated by commas will work for me.  Paste the text into one tag field and Evernote will split it into individual tags.

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5 hours ago, gazumped said:

? I use Windows and copy/ pasting tag1,tag2 etc separated by commas will work for me.  Paste the text into one tag field and Evernote will split it into individual tags.

Brilliant!

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14 hours ago, gazumped said:

? I use Windows and copy/ pasting tag1,tag2 etc separated by commas will work for me.  Paste the text into one tag field and Evernote will split it into individual tags.

Use PhraseExpress or the like and it is a hotkey away....

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Great. Thad did work... a,a,a and copy and paste in the add tag. Works great))

 

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