Tagging notes in Anki helps you organize the things you want to learn.
Sometimes when you are reading, you find a sentence that you almost understand. Maybe it’s not i+1. Maybe it’s i+1.5 and you want to keep that sentence for later. How do you save a sentence for later?
You can do this with tags. Tags are labels that you can attach to your Anki notes. You can create a tag called “i+2” or “i+3” to let yourself know that you want to check that sentence again later when you understand more English.
In your Anki Browser window. There is a box for tags.
To add a tag, type the name of the tag in the box. Tags are separated by spaces. This sentence is a little to difficult for me so I’ll give it a tag called i+2.
I’ll check this card later in a few weeks when my English improves a bit more. I can check notes with this tag by selecting the tag in the card filter side bar.
You can create tags for anything you want!