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Organizing with labels

Labels let you categorize your snippets by purpose and assist in retrieving them later on. Assign nested, 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. If you are creating a nested label, select a label for Child Label Of.
  6. 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_vert button to bring up the Edit dialog.
  3. Change the Label Title, Color or Private toggle.
  4. To change the parent of the label, select another option for Child Label Of.
  5. 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 hotspot 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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