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NAME
       timew-tag - add tags to intervals

SYNOPSIS
       timew tag [ _id_	...  ] _tag_ ...

DESCRIPTION
       The 'tag' command is used to add	a tag to an interval.  Using the 'sum-
       mary' command, and specifying the ':ids'	hint shows interval IDs.   Us-
       ing the right ID, you can identify an interval to tag.

EXAMPLES
       For example, show the IDs:
	      $	timew summary :week :ids
       Then having selected '@2' as the	interval you wish to tag:
	      $	timew tag @2 'New Tag'
       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
       timew-lengthen(1), timew-shorten(1), timew-summary(1), timew-untag(1)

timew 1.3.0			  2020-08-09			  timew-tag(1)

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