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Web Clipper: How to display a list of my tags

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When I clip a URL or page I want to add a tag.  I have about 20 tags -- some used frequently and some infrequently.  How can I get the list of tags to show in Web Clipper similar to the desktop version so I can choose the tag(s)?

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Hi Dave, 

They only show up as autocomplete when you type in tag field.  

BTW what browser are you using and make sure you run the latest version (6.1.1 on Chrome f.a.e)

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Thanks but autocomplete assumes I know the tag to begin with.  Let's say I'm looking at an electronic item I'd like to purchase.  I've got a tag for electronics I often use and would likely remember to enter it with autocomplete.  But, because I've forgotten that a tag I use infrequently is "Warranty", I'm missing the opportunity to add a second tag because I don't see my list and am reminded I could use it.  If my list of tags was viewable in Web Clipper like the desktop version, I'd have added "Warranty".

 

BTW: I use the latest versions of IE, Firefox, and Chrome.  I routinely update all my software.

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While you are waiting for Evernote to make any changes - have you thought of changing the wallpaper of your desktop, or using a note link for your browser home page(s) so you can always have a list of tags handy? 

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I understand the use case, just haven't had many request for an all exhaustive list of your existing tags in the Clipper. Your request is noted.  

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I also would like this feature.

 

If it's going to somehow indicate what tags are currently used in the selected notebook, that will be wonderful.

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I know this topic is old, but I'm new to Evernote and want this same feature.  When I googled to see if there was a way to get the list of tags to appear that I wasn't aware of, I saw posts going back to 2013 asking for this feature. 

 

Some people use (like myself) prefer to use tags to organize rather than notebooks.  If you have a list of one, why not the other?

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