How to use tagging in mymind

You don't have to tag anything you save with, because artificial intelligence automatically does it for you. Everything you save is analyzed and indexed with relevant tags and keywords that will help you find it later.

However, in some cases you may want to manually tag something: When you're working on a specific project, collecting research on a specific topic or saving cards around a specific theme/ idea. There are several ways to add tags, depending on your workflow.

Watch a video to visualize how tagging works →

Adding tags while saving with the browser extension or mobile app

The easiest way to tag is while saving your cards. This way it goes straight into your mind with the appropriate tag, without interrupting your workflow or requiring you to go through your saved items later. 

After clicking + to save in your browser, wait for the dropdown to appear and add your tag there. On mobile, click "Add tags" from the saving confirmation window.

Adding manual tags to your cards

To tag cards you've already saved, right-click the card and add your tags, hitting enter after each. You can also expand the card and add it along with the auto-tags within the expanded view.

Searching tags

Find your tagged items by adding # in front of the search term and hitting enter. Searching #mymoodboard shows you only the items you've tags "mymoodboard" in your mind.

Adding tags in bulk

To add tags to multiple cards at one time, select the cards while holding SHIFT. Then right click and add your tags in bulk.

Creating a Smart Space for your tagged projects

If you're frequently revisiting a specific tag search, you can turn it into a Smart Space so you can return to it with a click. This turns your search into a collection that will automatically update every time you save a new item with that tag.

To save your tag search as a Smart Space, just search the tag and then click 'Save smart space' to the right  of the search bar. Enter a name for your space and pick a color. 

Now you can click to return to your collection instead of searching for it every time. To learn more about Spaces,  read this guide →

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