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[Duplicate][Clipping] Auto Prompt for Tags (#202)

Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 10:46 am
by Brian

Just downloaded M9 and love the updates.
(actually, as a side query... I am subscribed to the updates thread but received no email for the update posts. I have double checked my e-mail address and that the thread is properly subscribed to. Any ideas? What e-mail address would the updates come from? Maybe my spam filter ate it.)

I've actually suggested this feature before, back when I asked if you were going to put up a roadmap.

Now that it's up i see that it didn't make the list.

Is there any chance you could impliment a function that would auto prompt for tags every time you capture a note?

As I always tag my notes, every time I capture I have to:
- hit the capture hot key
- click the tooltip to bring cintanotes into focus (though turning off silent clipping would remove this step)
- double click on the new note to open it for editing
- click in the tag field
- fill in my tags
- hit enter
- minimize Cintanote

Ideally I would like to:
- hit the capture hot key

>>Then CintaNote would bring up the note editing window automatically, with the focus set on the tag field. (CintaNote remaining trayed)

- fill my tags (and thanks again for tag auto-complete)
- hit enter

This would really speed up my clipping and I'm sure alot of other people immediately set the tags on what they capture too.

Maybe Tag Prompt could be an option under silent clipping (with only one or the other allowed).

Thanks for your great work


Re: Auto Prompt for Tags

Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 1:29 pm
by CintaNotes Developer
Hello Brian,

thanks for reposting your suggestion
I guess this here is almost the same request:

I'll add it as #202 to the roadmap.

Re: Auto Prompt for Tags

Posted: Sat Jul 18, 2009 5:58 pm
by Brian
Yup, that suggestion is fairly much the same.

The only extra thing I've noted is that Cintanote would stay minimized/trayed (or at least return to that state after closing the edit box)

Thanks again for the quick reply