Snagit Editor status bar should also show keywords of the current image!

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The Snagit Editor status bar should also show the keywords assigned to the current image! (If any keywords are assigned). This would be time-saving, as I would see with one single look which keywords are assigned to the current image, without having to go to another place to look for it. Examples:

Keywords: ProjectXY, Legal
Keywords: None
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PeterBan

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Posted 6 years ago

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GregB

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That's a good idea!  (In case you are not aware and maybe as a workaround, you could add the keywords to the Quick Access Toolbar so in one click, you can see (and add) keywords, but you couldn't see it right away like you suggest).
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PeterBan

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Hi Greg, that's what I have already done to quickly assign a keyword to the current image. However, I HATE superfluous mouse-clicks! Why should I have to click even on the Quick Access toolbar when I could easily look at the status bar?
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David Patton, Employee

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Great idea! Very interesting thread. I would be interested in how many other Snagit users +1 this idea...

Thanks for sharing!

Best,
David Patton
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ashwin.ramphal

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This would be a life-saver and a huge boost in productivity.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Idea: Add Keywords menu at image tab.


[THIS IS A FEATURE REQUEST!
This is NOT a QUESTION (How-To) or PROBLEM or PRAISE.
Do NOT merge with NON-IDEA submissions!!!!]

In Snagit 11.4, you have to switch to the Library tab and view TINY, TINY thumbnails as you assign keywords/tags. That's very frustrating.

Add the ability to assign tags to the image currently being edited (and viewed at 100% view). Adding to at least the Image tab would work. Better would be having it available at any tab where an image can be seen.

While a massive Library view can help when assigning keywords/tags to multiple images, it's very inefficient when assigning to a single image already being edited.

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