Tags are a useful way of grouping related notes.
Tags can be nested. For example:
Nested tags will be visualized as a tree in the Graph view.
This is an experimental feature.
A global tag is a shared place for a group of people to publish notes. It has the form
Planet relies on DNS to retrieve configuration for global tags. For example, the configuration for the global tag
#example.com/our-tag should be stored in the TXT record of
our-tag.tag._planet.example.com. The record content is a list of space-separated key-value pairs that looks like:
planet-allow=alice,bob planet-title=VGVzdCBHbG9iYWwgVGFn planet-desc=VGhpcyBpcyBhIGRlc2NyaXB0aW9u
planet-allow: A comma-separated list of usernames that can write to this tag.
planet-title: Base64-encoded title.
VGVzdCBHbG9iYWwgVGFnis encoded from
Test Global Tag.
planet-desc: Base64-encoded description.
VGhpcyBpcyBhIGRlc2NyaXB0aW9uis encoded from
This is a description.
Configuring a global tag
Step 1: Enable DNSSEC for your domain
DNSSEC is an extension to DNS that provides cryptographic authentication of records. Planet requires DNSSEC for global tag domains.
Go to your DNS provider and follow their instructions to enable DNSSEC.
Step 2: Add the TXT record
The format of the TXT record is described above. Go to your DNS provider and add the record:
Wait for a few minutes and the configuration should come into effect.