Tagger

What does it do?

Need to identify all of the props in the script? Want to color code your cards by scene location? Want to mark jokes that need work so that they can be quickly viewed and edited by your funny friend. The Tagger tool allows you to create and color code tags for ease of identifying and filtering content as needed.

In This Article


Tag Lines or Selected Content

The Tagger can also be opened as a widget (see Customize Your Workspace).

  1. Place the cursor in the line you would like to tag OR highlight the words or content you would like to tag
  2. Open Tagger tool
    1. Select Tools > Tagger OR use the keyboard shortcut Alt/Opt + Ctrl/Cmd + T
    2. The tagger tool will open in the bottom right of the display
  3. Enter the tag name
  4. Select to open the color selector box to the left of the tag name
  5. Select the desired color
  6. Press Enter/Return
    1. A small marker in the designated color will appear in the left margin of the page, and any selected content will appear in the designated tag color. 

OR

  1. Hover the cursor over the line you would like to tag
  2. Select the comment bubble that appears in the left margin
    1. A small window will appear
  3. Select the tag tab on the left side of the comment window
  4. Enter the tag name
  5. Select to open the color selector box to the left of the tag name
  6. Select the desired color
  7. Press Enter/Return
    1. A small marker in the designated color will appear in the left margin of the page, and any selected content will appear in the designated tag color. 



Filter Tags

You can filter tags through the Tagger tool or through the Filter tool.

  1. Open the Tagger tool: Alt/Opt + Ctrl/Cmd + T
  2. Select the funnel/filter icon to the right of the tag name
    1. This will filter all of the content down to just the lines that are tagged or contain tagged words

OR

  1. Open the Filter tool by selecting Filter from the menu options just above the main editing area
  2. Open the tag drop-down menu
  3. Select the tags you would like to see in the filtered view
    1. This will filter all of the content down to just the lines that are tagged or contain tagged words
  • To see the filtered view in a separate tab, select New Tab
  • To see the filtered view in a split pane, select Split pane



Manage Tags

Remove a Tag

  1. Place the cursor in the line select the desired text
  2. Open the Tagger tool: Alt/Opt + Ctrl/Cmd + T
  3. Uncheck the circle next to the assigned tag(s)


Rename a Tag

  1. Open the Tagger tool: Alt/Opt + Ctrl/Cmd T
  2. Select the three dots to the right of the tag name
  3. Select Rename
  4. Enter the new tag name
  5. Press Enter/Return


Change Tag Color

  1. Open the Tagger tool: Alt/Opt Ctrl/Cmd + T
  2. Select the three dots to the right of the tag name
  3. Select Change color
  4. Select the new tag color


Create a Child Tag

  1. Open the Tagger tool: Alt/Opt + Ctrl/Cmd + T
  2. Select the three dots to the right of the tag name
  3. Select New child tag
  4. Enter the tag name
  5. Select to open the color selector box to the left of the tag name
  6. Select the desired color
  7. Press Enter/Return
    1. A small marker in the designated color will appear in the left margin of the page, and any selected content will appear in the designated tag color. 


Hide/Show Tag Color in Editor

  1. Open the Tagger tool: Alt/Opt + Ctrl/Cmd + T
  2. Select the three dots to the right of the tag name
  3. Select Hide/Show color in editor
    1. Tags will be hidden from view until you choose to show them again


Delete a Tag

  1. Open the Tagger tool: Alt/Opt + Ctrl/Cmd + T
  2. Select the three dots to the right of the tag name
  3. Select Delete
    1. You will be prompted to confirm the action
  4. Select Delete



Tag Cards in Cards Mode and Mind Map

Using the Tagger in Cards Mode or Mind Map will tag the full card. To tag individual words or lines, return to Page view.

  1. Open Tagger tool
    1. Right-click the header of thecard you would like to tag and select Open Tagger OR use the keyboard shortcut Alt/Opt + Ctrl/Cmd + T
  2. Enter the tag name
  3. Select to open the color selector box to the left of the tag name
  4. Select the desired color
  5. Press Enter/Return
    1. The card header will change to the designated color