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lauft committed May 13, 2018
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@@ -375,7 +375,7 @@ modification.
See also 'day', 'week', 'month', 'shorten', 'lengthen', 'tag', 'untag'.

.TP
.B timew tag @<id> [@<id> ...] <tag> [<tag> ...]
.B timew tag [@<id> ...] <tag> ...
The 'tag' command is used to add a tag to an interval. Using the 'summary'
command, and specifying the ':ids' hint shows interval IDs. Using the right ID,
you can identify an interval to tag. For example, show the IDs:
@@ -390,6 +390,13 @@ Note that you can tag multiple intervals, with multiple tags:

$ timew tag @2 @10 @23 'Tag One' tag2 tag3

If there is active time tracking, you can omit the ID when you want to add tags to the current open interval:

$ timew start foo
$ timew tag bar

This results in the current interval having tags 'foo' and 'bar'.

See also 'summary', 'shorten', 'lengthen', 'untag'.

.TP
@@ -410,7 +417,7 @@ recording. If a closed interval is not provided, the 'track' command behaves the
same as the 'start' command.

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.B timew untag @<id> [@<id> ...] <tag> [<tag> ...]
.B timew untag [@<id> ...] <tag> ...
The 'untag' command is used to remove a tag from an interval. Using the 'summary'
command, and specifying the ':ids' hint shows interval IDs. Using the right ID,
you can identify an interval to untag. For example, show the IDs:
@@ -425,6 +432,13 @@ Note that you can untag multiple intervals, with multiple tags:

$ timew untag @2 @10 @23 'Old Tag' tag2 tag3

If there is active time tracking, you can omit the ID when you want to remove tags from the current open interval:

$ timew start foo bar
$ timew untag bar

This results in the current interval having tag 'foo' but not 'bar'.

See also 'summary', 'shorten', 'lengthen', 'tag'.

.TP

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