Note: Tags are a beta feature, which means they are subject to change.
Tags allow you to categorize your shortcuts into custom groupings, similar to folders, enabling you to get organized faster. You can have more than 1 Tag per Shortcut - for example, you could tag a shortcut by use case ("billing responses") as well as for a function ("support"). You can also share your shortcuts by Tag (note: to learn about Sending Shortcuts by Tag, head over to this article).
✅ Organize your Shortcuts based on how you work
✅ Share Shortcuts with colleagues even faster when you share by Tag
✅ Filter your Shortcuts by Tags to quickly find them
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Step 1: Select Tags' from the Magical Shortcut page
Step 2: Click 'Create New'
Step 3: Enter in the Tag name and click 'Create and Apply'
Step 4: Check the box (next to each shortcut) to indicate which Shortcuts you'd like to tag
Step 5: Select the Tags you would like to apply
Step 1: Select 'Tags' from the Magical Shortcut page and then the Edit Icon
Step 2: Edit the Tag name and click 'Save
The new name will be applied to all the shortcuts with that Tag.
Step 1: Select 'Tags' from the Magical Shortcut Page and then the Delete icon
Step 2: Confirm the deletion
All relevant Tags will be deleted
Step 1: Select 'Filter by Tag' from the Magical Shortcut pae
Step 2: Identify the Tag(s) you would like to filter by
Step 3: To un-filter, click 'Reset'
Yes - you can have more than 1 Tag per Shortcut. For example, you may choose to group your shortcuts by Use Case (e.g., Outreach), Persona (e.g., Sales), Team Name (e.g., Sales Champions), Company (e.g., Acme Co.) and more.
You will see Shortcuts with any of the tags you selected. For example, if you had the tags Recruiting, Messaging, and Personal applied across one or more of your Shortcuts, any Shortcuts with those tags would be displayed if you applied a filter selecting all of them.
Not today, but this is coming soon!
In order to create, edit, or delete a Tag, you need to select at least one shortcut first.
Not at this time. You will need to filter by Tags instead.