Tags are the best way to keep notes about various topics organized in Kernels. There’s no limit to how many unique tags you can have in Kernels – go ahead, create as many as you like.
You do not need tags to use Kernels. By default, Kernels will store your information in chronological order from newest to oldest in the My Notes feed. But tags can help create that structure, allowing you to quickly find previously saved data.
If you decide to use tags, take a few minutes to determine what you would like to use Kernels to save. Tags are structured in a parent/child structure. But you do not need to add child tags. You can create a parent tag only.
In Kernels, your notes can be organized into parent and for further organization, you can even create child tags.
Parent / child tag overview
Parent tags are best used for broad groupings of topics. For example, if you’re saving notes on media, you might use parent tags such as Books or Film or TV.
Child tags are much more specific topics that you want to use to associate related content. For example, if you were saving notes on Books, you might want to use child tags such as science fiction or horror, or action-adventure.
It’s important to use parent tags and child tags correctly, so you can help yourself find the content you're most interested in faster.
Adding a tag from the start screen
- Tap the Tags button on the bottom of your screen.
- Tap the Plus button in the top right corner.
- Type in the tag name.
- Tap Add Tag.
Adding a tag in a note
You can easily add a new tag in Kernels when writing a note. In the Document panel on the right-hand side, open up the Categories tab.
We hope this tutorial helped you learn how to add parent and child tags in Kernels. If you have further questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org.