@Jessie, Thanks for your continued hard work with TaskPaper. I just downloaded your new beta version 3.7.7. So far I can see no real changes in how I am using it but if I see any, I will let you know.
Your blurb about adding tag values to the sidebar brings up another question. I was just working on learning more about Curio this morning. And, the question of tags came up. Curio uses tags internally to good effect. But then, so does TaskPaper, and BusyCal.
I also use tags to track things system wide. I use HoudahSpot to use saved searches with tags for projects, things recently scanned in but not named properly, etc.
My question to you then is, why are tags used local to an application such as TaskPaper and why is that that so few developers allow their apps tags to be seen in the system macOS?
There must be a reason for this as it would make so much better sense to have all your tags, in files and in an app, to coordinate so that a good system level organization app such as HoudahSpot, Leap, etc. could be used as a console of sorts to manage all ones projects.
As it is, I am delighted to have TaskPaper and it’s use of tags of course. No complaints there. I was just curious why this seems to be not generally done. Can you say a little about why not?
Thanks again for an ongoing great product and development cycle.