Tagged tags allow you to tag your favorites so you can easily find them in the future.
In the example to the left, the two tags “münchen” and “landeshauptstadt” are linked to the favorites. If you are looking for “münchen” or “landeshauptstadt” in the future, this favorite will appear in the result list.
In the “Professional” package the search for tags can be linked with “AND” and “OR”. This has a huge impact on the result list.
If we stick to our example, the favorite will be found if the tags “münchen” or “landeshauptstadt” are entered alone in the search. If both are entered as search tags, the favorite is also found, regardless of whether the search is linked with “AND” or “OR”.
However, if you do not enter “münchen” but “berlin” as the second tag, then the “AND” or “OR” link is important.
If the link is set to “OR”, all favorites are found that have either “berlin” or “landeshauptstadt” assigned as tag. Our favorite is also found!
However, if the link is set to “AND”, only those favorites are found that have both “berlin” and “landeshauptstadt” assigned as tag. Our favorite is not found!
Thus, the search bar is a powerful tool to find your favorites in the future.