Tagged notes

Tagged notes

A notes application in your sidebar: with note tagging, search, archive, import, export, and experimental sync. Notes are stored within your browser.

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What is Tagged notes?
Tagged notes is a Firefox add-on that allows you to create, import, and export notes in your browser's sidebar. It features tagging, search, archive functionality, and experimental sync. Notes are stored within your browser's local storage.
Users: 51
Version: 0.997 (Last updated: 2022-03-14)
Creation date: 2020-10-05
Weekly download count: 1
Firefox on Android: No
Risk impact: Very low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
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Size: 279.29K
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This sidebar notes extension enables you to create, import and export notes in your browser's sidebar.

Tagging Notes can be tagged. There are 5 note category buttons at the top. You can also add new tags. The tag buttons can be hidden in the settings

There are a few special tags. pin:. The note(s) will be shown at the top of the list archive: The note will only be shown in the Archive list imported: Imported notes are tagged 'Imported' sync: The note will be sent to sync queue when you initiate sync in the settings. (Note - notes are not automatically synced. This is an experimental feature)

Tags can be deleted in the settings.

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User reviews
By far the most functional simple note taking add-on I have used so far. Not great but good enough. It does it's job and doesn't delete notes randomly so 5 stars to support it. The layout is not that great, I would much rather have a list of notes and a preview area beneath it in a side bar than note occupying entire sidebar when clicked. Also the list doesn't get updated with a newly taken note (from a web page by context menu) until you "refresh" the list by entering and exiting an existing note.
by livians, 2024-05-19

This extension is amazing otherwise, but it would be nice to have a way to change the keyboard shortcut (maybe from a list of choices). The current Alt+Shift+N is used by Wikipedia to navigate to the user talk page, so I can't use the shortcut at all on Wikipedia (which is personally the site where I need this extension the most)
by defiantbuttercup, 2022-06-16

by Mikhail, 2022-01-14
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Risk impact

Tagged notes is safe to use. It does not request any sensitive permissions.

Risk likelihood

Tagged notes has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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