Keyword Tagging in Maxjournal
Maxjournal allows you to add Keyword Tags to your journal entries. Tags will allow you to later Search for all the entries with a particular Keyword Tag. See Searching. There is no limit to how many Tags you can add to a journal entry.You will only be able to view your entry's Tags if you are in Landscape view mode (or if you have launched the Tag Editor).
Tagging in Landscape or Portrait mode
To Edit (add/remove) tags to your journal entries you will need to launch the Tag Editor. In Landscape, simply touch the Tag Field in the Sidebar, and in Portrait, simply touch the Tag Icon in the upper right of the Journal area.
Adding a Tag
In the Tag Editor, you can type whatever keyword you want and then press RETURN. This will add a Tag to the current journal entry. To add another tag, just type another keyword and press RETURN again. Alternatively, you may type a keyword and follow it with a comma (,) and it will convert to a Tag.
While entering keyword text, you will also see previously used keywords that you may add. Just Tap a Tag in the list to add it.
MaxJournal maintains a master list of all Tags used in your journal. If a tag isn't used in any journal entries any longer, it is removed from the master list.
Removing a Tag
You may remove tags by pressing the Delete key on your keyboard until it is removed. You may also directly select a Tag in the editor (it will turn blue) and then press Delete.