Create a tag

Start applying/creating tags to categorize and organize content

Mikaela Friedrich avatar
Written by Mikaela Friedrich
Updated over a week ago

Tags are a great way to categorize content and organize your search results. Fellow has some built in tags, but in order to take full advantage of this feature you might need to know how to create some tags of your own. This article is here to help

There are a few ways to create a tag:

Method 1: #

  1. Within a note, press the pound/hashtag symbol (#) and start typing your tag

  2. If the desired tag doesn't exist, click on Create a new workspace tag.

  3. Make any edits/customizations including picking the colour. Press Create

  4. Once you've pressed Create, you'll see a confirmation notification at the bottom of the page

  5. Your new colorful tag has now been created! You'll be able to see this tag within your note. And you'll be able to apply that tag to other content in the future.

Method 2: Slash (/) menu

  1. Open the slash menu by pressing / on your keyboard

  2. Scroll down until you see the option to tag, or start typing the word "tag" to filter the list

  3. Type what you would like the tag to say and choose a color. Press Create.

  4. You will see a confirmation notification show up at the bottom of the screen

  5. That's it. Your tag will now show up in your note

Method 3: Workspace Tags

  1. Click on # Tags in the main Fellow menu. This will open up the Workspace Tags page.

  2. Click on the Create tag button in the upper right corner of the page

  3. Type in the text that you would like the tag to be. Select a color. Press Create.

  4. After you press Create, you will see a confirmation message at the bottom of the page, which is a reminder about who will be able to see the tag. [Note: while all workspace members can see the tag itself, they will only be able to see the content that they have access to]

  5. Your new tag will now appear in the list of tags on the Workspace Tags page. You'll be able to apply this tag to any note content in the future.

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