Tagging rules

If you want to automatically assign a tag to new articles, this part of the configuration is for you.

What does « tagging rules » mean?

They are rules used by wallabag to automatically tag new entries. Each time a new entry is added, all the tagging rules will be used to add the tags you configured, thus saving you the trouble to manually classify your entries.

How do I use them?

Let assume you want to tag new entries as « short reading » when the reading time is inferior to 3 minutes. In that case, you should put « readingTime <= 3 » in the Rule field and « short reading » in the Tags field. Several tags can added simultaneously by separating them by a comma: « short reading, must read ». Complex rules can be written by using predefined operators: if « readingTime >= 5 AND domainName = "www.php.net" » then tag as « long reading, php ».

Which variables and operators can I use to write rules?

The following variables and operators can be used to create tagging rules (be careful, for some values, you need to add quotes, for example language = "en"):

Variable Meaning
title Title of the entry
url URL of the entry
isArchived Whether the entry is archived or not
isStarred Whether the entry is starred or not
content The entry's content
language The entry's language
mimetype The entry's mime-type
readingTime The estimated entry's reading time, in minutes
domainName The domain name of the entry
Operator Meaning
<= Less than…
< Strictly less than…
=> Greater than…
> Strictly greater than…
= Equal to…
!= Not equal to…
OR One rule or another
AND One rule and another
matches Tests that a subject is matches a search (case-insensitive). Example: title matches "football"
notmatches Tests that a subject is not matches a search (case-insensitive). Example: title notmatches "football"

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