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Way to seperate tags using a character such as a comma or semi-colon

  • #342
    Avatar photo[anonymous]


    I’m excited to be one of the first posters on the new support channel!

    I need to copy tags from Excel to Publii. I’ve tried separating each tag with a comma or a semi-colon with no luck. It looks like this used to work according to this post

    I have the opposite need as that user… I don’t need my tags to contain commas, I need commas (or any other character) to separate them. Is this possible?

    Thank you

    Avatar photoBob

    Hello Id,

    Can you give me an example of what it should look like?

    Avatar photo[anonymous]


    Say I need to add 5 tags to my post, they are “recipes, bread, flour, eggs, oven”

    I want to be able to copy these tags from somewhere else and add them all at once to Publii.

    This is how it behaves right now:

    It tries to add the whole string as one tag. The only way to add these 5 tags separately would be to copy them one by one and press the “add this as a new tag” button which is too time consuming for me.

    This is what I want to happen when I copy that string in:

    This is the way WordPress behaves, and the way most other software behaves (email client separates emails with ;, etc..). It looks like Publii used to have this behaviour too (according to the post I linked) but it was removed.

    Avatar photoBob

    I’m afraid this is not possible right now.

    Avatar photo[anonymous]

    Thanks for confirming. I hope this can be added in the future.