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Organizing with labels

Labels let you categorize your snippets by purpose and assist in retrieving them later on. Assign color-coded labels to your snippets to maximize productivity.

Creating a label

Creating a label
  1. In the left-hand sidebar, click the add_circle_outline button under Labels.
  2. Enter a Label Title.
  3. Pick one of the preset colors or enter a hex value to define a custom color.
  4. Choose whether the label will be Private.
  5. Click Save to create the label.
notes Note: Private labels are not indexed by search engines like Google will not be shown to public to Cacher Snippets.

Editing a label

Editing a label
  1. Hover over a label item in the left-hand sidebar.
  2. Click the more_horiz button to bring up the Edit dialog.
  3. Change the Label Title, color or Private toggle.
  4. Click Save to save the changes.

Assigning a label to a snippet

Assigning a label to a snippet gives you the ability to easily browse for and find the snippet via search filters. There are 2 ways to assign a label.

Via the Labels dropdown

Assign via labels dropdown
  1. Click the more_vert button in the top-right corner of a snippet to bring up the Choose Labels dialog.
  2. Optionally type in a search query to filter down the labels.
  3. Click the toggle next to a label to assign or de-assign.

Via drag-and-drop

Assign via drag-and-drop
  1. Hover a snippet in the list.
  2. Click and hold the grapple hotpsot on the left edge of the snippet.
  3. Drag the snippet the desired label in the left-hand sidebar.
  4. Drop the snippet onto the label.
  5. The label should now be assigned to the snippet.
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