OneNote Tags powerful and versatile. Many people do not use the full potential of tags. That is why, I created this video. Learn why we should use tags in the first place, how to use them and when to use which tag.
Video: OneNote Tags
YouTube video: 8 min, 40 sec.
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- Introduction – 00:00
- Find the best tags for yourself – 00:31
- To Do tag – 01:26
- Other To Do tags – 02:31
- Meeting In-Attendance tag – 02:44
- Apply Multiple tags – 03:27
- Tag images and ink (handwritten notes) – 03:54
- Create Custom Tags – 04:35
- Finding tags – 06:14
- Search Summary Page – 07:56
- Find original page – 08:09
OneNote Tags Summary
- Tags add more meaning to your notes.
- Tags are like Colour categories in Outlook. But here you can have icons along with colours.
- You get many built-in tags.
- The first nine tags in the list have built-in shortcuts: Ctrl 1 to Ctrl 9
- The list of tags is long.
- Therefore, identify the tags you need and move them to the first nine positions.
- The To Do tag is like a checkbox. It can be checked or unchecked.
- You can apply more than one tag to one paragraph.
- You can also apply tags to images and handwritten notes (ink).
- Ctrl 0 removes all tags.
- Tag search shows a separate pane.
- It shows a list of where each tag appears.
- Decide where you want to search (the scope) and then search.
- If needed, you can also create a separate page which shows the search results.
- You can create custom tags: Select an icon, a colour and a highlight.
- Custom tags move to the top of the list – so that they get shortcuts automatically.
- Use tags to your advantage.
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