Create a tag without starting a new note
It takes a disheartening amount of commitment on behalf of sloppy unorganised individuals to go through the effort of putting content into notes to go along with a larger tag structure; not to mention that nobody enjoys a bunch of empty notes just to have some tags exist.
When managing a larger project, it may be worthwhile to create the tag structure before you assign notes to any individual tag, simply to help plan ahead.
Under consideration tagging Suggested by: Tudoreanul • Upvoted: 17 Mar • Comments: 2
You have to create a note to create a new tag, and that sucks. Then if you delete the tag inside the note, the global tag (if unused elsewhere) gets deleted too, and that sucks too. If you delete the note, the tag remains, and that's cool, but the level of effort still sucks, and one should just be able to add tags without notes, it seems like a really basic feature that's missing, and I don't know why this only has 20 (now 21) votes...
I totally agree. As a workaround which I inherited from Apple Notes which works the same with tags, I've created one central note for adding all tags. Obviously this doesn't help much when you're constantly adding new tags, but I have a broad amount of tasks that I already know beforehand (like areas of responsibility, hierarchical "folders" for organising the content, types of action like write, read, etc, contexts like @home, @mobile, @downtown, etc). On the other had, if for every task is intrinsiquely dependent to a given note, you can put that new tag in that note.