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Argh... this is driving me crazy!

 

Surely there should be a way to do this? If I have e.g. ten notebooks, each with many many notes that are tagged, it makes sense that one might want to look at tags of one notebook only (e.g. I do not need to see the tag "gazpacho recipe" when I want to look at tags of an art history notebook). Is there a way to do this?

 

I looked at older threads on this topic. No help. There doesn't even exist anymore such thing as "assigned tags".

 

I have the version 5.1.4.

 

Edit: Sorry, yes, I am on a mac.

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Argh... this is driving me crazy!

Surely there should be a way to do this? If I have e.g. ten notebooks, each with many many notes that are tagged, it makes sense that one might want to look at tags of one notebook only (e.g. I do not need to see the tag "gazpacho recipe" when I want to look at tags of an art history notebook). Is there a way to do this?

I looked at older threads on this topic. No help. There doesn't even exist anymore such thing as "assigned tags".

I have the version 5.1.4.

What client are you using? Windows client allows you to hide unassigned tags.

(it's always helpful to mention the client you're using...I'm guessing Mac but...)

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Hi quercus,

 

You can display tags in a specific notebook context by clicking the tag filter at the top of the note list.

 

Please see the attached screenshot.

 

Hope that helps!  :)

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Hi quercus,

 

You can display tags in a specific notebook context by clicking the tag filter at the top of the note list.

 

Please see the attached screenshot.

 

Hope that helps!  :)

 

 

Thank you forever-evernote!  :) Not a perfect solution, but better than nothing! It would really make sense if this was possible when you view the actual tags page. Thanks again!

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