Structuring data with tags

In Condens, tags help you structure research data and prepare it for further analysis. You can assign tags to any piece of raw data like notes, transcripts, images or videos. This is then called a highlight.

Tagging notes and transcripts

On a Session page mark the respective text in the notes section or transcript. Open the tag dialogue with the icon above the text. You can also use the following shortcuts:

  • on Mac

  • on Windows and Linux (with the exception of Firefox on Windows, where the shortcut is )

You have four options here:

  • Search an existing tag: Type a few characters to see matching tags

  • Choose an AI-suggested tag: Condens suggests fitting tags based on the text that you highlighted. Suggestions are indicated by , and . Just press the respective number keys on you keyboard to select them.

  • Select a tag from the list: Scroll down to see a list of tags and tag groups to choose from.

  • Create a new tag: Type the name of the new tag in the search field and hit enter or click Create.

Hint: You can use the blue pin above the tagging dialogue to make it appear automatically once some text is selected.

Tagging images and files

You can assign tags to images and files that are placed in the notes or transcript section of a Session. Select the file by clicking it and then proceed the same way you would do for text (see section above).

Tagging audio and video recordings

You can also create highlights from parts of audio and video recordings. Upload a recording to a Session and select the icon, choose the sequence, select a tag and add a description (both optional) and then press Create highlight. The media highlight will show below the recording. More deatils on creating media highlights can be found here.

Note that tags on the transcript will automatically create the corresponding audio or video clip.


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