By Bruce Harrell, 21 April, 2023 Forum macOS and Mac Apps Hi Everybody, Is it possible to have more than one tag on a single file in MacOS, and if so, how do you add additional tags? Smile. Thank you! Bruce Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Try separating them with a comma Or you may try the # tag. No space? Comma or number sign . . . with, or without a space? And is there a limit? space after a comma Tagging on the Mac Tag and color-code files on the Mac Thanks to macOS' tagging feature, you can find any file on your Mac in just three steps. Step one: press command + space to open Spotlight. Step two: enter your tag (or tags). Step three: look through the results to find the right file. But before you can become a master of the quick search, you’ll need to actually tag your files. It’s easy to add tags while saving a file: Just choose the relevant ones from the drop-down menu underneath the file’s name or type a new tag to add it to the list. If you want to tag a file you’ve already saved, find it in your Finder window, right-click, and select "Tags." You’ll be able to add existing tags or create new ones. By default, the built-in color tags show up in your Sidebar menu. However, you’ll probably want to customize this section so it displays your most important or frequently used tags. To do so, open Finder, click "Preferences," and select "Tags," then drag-and-drop the tags into the order you want. You can also change each tag’s color.