Tags are powerful, flexible tools in Bear. In the first of this two-part series, we’ll explore some core features and ideas. More advanced tips and techniques will come soon in part 2.
Bear is a great tool for journaling, and the holidays are the perfect time to start. Check out some ideas on what to start journaling, and tricks for getting it done quickly so you can stay present with family and friends.
We thought it was time for one big rundown of *everything* you can do with tags in Bear right now, all wrapped up with a neat little bow. Or at least a few unordered lists.
If you’re looking for a way to add some tags to Bear notes but hide them from the Sidebar, we have a trick for you.
Bear folks really like to tag. And we really like helping Bear folks to tag and find notes more quickly. If you’re nodding your head, this one’s for you.
If your notes cannot be constrained to #tags of mere individual words, Bear also supports multi-word tags. Here’s how to use them.
Instead of rigid folders that require you to manually create them, you can organize Bear notes simply by adding a #tag. Here are a few quick tips about how they work.