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Support #+FILETAGS: options

I love the new(ish) tag inheritance features in Beorg!


One additional feature that would be useful to me is if Beorg supported my current #+FILETAGS: options in my org-mode files.


For example, some of my .org files have "#+FILETAGS: @work" at the top, so in org-mode in Emacs, every headline in that file inherits the @work tag.


I'm currently working around this with a saved search that looks for the tag or whether it's in particular files... but it would be great if Beorg supported the FILETAGS option.




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Thanks for the suggestion. To be honest I wasn't aware of the FILETAGS option. Currently beorg doesn't interpret any options in Org mode files. I hope to change this at some point as lots of fun stuff can then happen :)

I wanted to follow up to see if #+FILETAGS could be something that could be implemented -- I'm new to beorg, but this would be really helpful.  In the meantime I'm manually tagging individual tasks rather than using file-level inheritance.


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This is coming in the next update + 1.


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Glad to hear it!! 

I think the support for filetag is very cool, but I think, the org-mode #+FILETAGS is not implemented the right way. Typically you add the #+filetags option as:


#+FILETAGS: :tag1:tag2:othertag3:andsoon:


(see in https://orgmode.org/manual/Tag-Inheritance.html)


Thus at the moment such "correct" filetags throw an error. This is especially problematic with org roam, where it is also used to add tags to a note in this way. As I do this nearly on every note, it is not possible to open the note file in beorg anymore


best regards

  Bernhard

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