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Drafts can be flagged, similar to flagging email messages, to quickly mark them for special handling. Flagged messages appear in a special “Flagged” tab in the draft list.
Drafts also allows one or more tags to be assigned to any draft to help organize and segment your draft library. Tags themselves are short strings. Tags may contain spaces and punctuation but will be normalized to lower case for consistency.
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To assign tags to the current draft, tap the tag icon at the top of the editing screen, and enter tags in the entry field, followed by a comma or return to assign the tag. Tag suggestions are available in the extended keyboard row while doing tag entry.
- If you need to perform tagging changes on multiple drafts, checkout bulk operations.
- Individual actions can auto-assign tags after running. See after success settings for details.
The draft lists can be filtered by tag. Show the draft list, then swipe to the right to show the tag list. Tapping on a tag will make it the current tag, and the Inbox, Flagged, Archive and Trash will all be filtered to show only drafts with that tag assigned. The tag filter can also be used to omit tags from the result.
The tag list will show only tags attached to an active draft. When all drafts with that tag (including ones in the Trash) are gone, the tag will automatically be deleted from any visible filtering lists.
In addition to editing tags on individual drafts, there are bulk operations available in the draft list to manage tags on multiple drafts. On iOS, use
Select > Operations options at bottom of draft list, or on Mac, select drafts in the list, and use the right-click contextual menu for commands.