A "No tag" folder within the "Tags" main folder in the library would be useful to identify images that do no have any associated tags.

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This folder would be helpful to assign tags to images without tags, and it's probably very easy to implement.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Manage screenshots by folder.

I want to be able to move images into sub-folders so that I can manage the default folder as the "inbox".

For my workflow as a product manager, I'm constantly taking screenshots, but I cannot always deal with the straight away, so I need to go back later and figure out what has not been handled yet. Any images that are not in a folder (in my snagit inbox) may need to be annotated or handled in some manner. Once handled it can either be deleted or moved to a folder for future reference.

The issue with tags is that it's great when images are tagged with them, but there is no "not tagged" feature so I can't easily figure out what has not been handled yet.

Please add support for this - I can see this being applicable to a wide range of users and use cases.
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Hey folks, 

Thanks for your feedback, I think this is a great idea! I will pass it along to the development team.
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Luke Griffioen, Employee

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Hi,

We just released a version 4.1.3 (mac) today that includes an "Untagged" tag that will list all captures with no tags. Thanks again for the great suggestion!

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Great! Thanks for the follow-up... :)
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Hi there,
Is there an option like this for the windows version of Snagit 2018? I want to import a lot of images (included in folders) from screenpresso into snagit and label it so I can find it back later. How can I dot this easily?
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Luke Griffioen, Employee

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Windows doesn't have this option yet, but I'll let them know users are interested in it!