This week’s edition is a followup to the screencast on using filters in Gmail: showing a bit of where I’m filtering those tags to, in other words, taxonomy.
Because I didn’t want to make the video overly long, I’m including screencaps of the bulk of my tags in gmail, along with some of my rules and reasoning behind them.
Here are the prized, above-the-fold tags:
Here are the tags just under the fold:
And here are the tags just below them:
There are a few more below that, but they’re really just variations on a theme. Basically, I keep the stuff I don’t want to see but want to keep at the very bottom of my long list of tags by using a system of more or les ‘x’s and colons. (Did I say “semi-colons” in the video? Enh. You know what I mean.)
I have a feeling this might be on the outside edge of usefulness for someone who reads this blog, but hey, I’m still kinda-sorta trying stuff out in these videos. So let me know what you think: good, bad, ugly.
And hey! At least they’re getting shorter, right?
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