The autocomplete should prioritize the word one is typing. For example if I have a tag called "jquery" already on my tag list, and I want to tag something with "query". If I write "query" and press enter, "jquery" gets added as a tag
That how probably any tag autocomplete works in other apps.
Could you please share an example app where you think is done better?
@Rustem Mussabekov: Hi Rustem, when I tag some website I usually write the tag and press enter (I think that worked before).
Now, when I do that, it selects the first suggestion (instead of what I wrote), here's what I'm talking about: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hnrkyn6uyo603v8/raindrop.mp4?dl=0
@Rustem Mussabekov: to be more specific : if I type the exact tag that I want (which exists in the list), this should be selected first. If my tag is "C", I'm screwed, I have to go down the list until I find the tag because the list shows every word containing "c". I always type tags from the first letter (and I doubt anyone does otherwise), so matching with a tag *containing* what I type is almost ALWAYS wrong. If I want to tag an entry with "Linux", I won't type "inux", I will type "l", then "i", then "n", and I expect the list to display existing tags *beginning* with the letters I type.
@Rustem Mussabekov: I wanted to add on here. Autocomplete should ideally prioritize the word I'm typing, and give me options in the drop down for possible tags from my library. Or, at the very least, like in Gmail, allow some keyboard input to select an autocomplete suggestion.
Now, if I type in, for example, "car" (I want to save a page related to a car), and I have "car rental" as an existing tag, and I press enter after typing "car", it auto-selects "car rental". This is rather unintuitive - I'd expect that hitting enter after I typed something would add what I typed, and not an autocomplete option. This is especially unintuitive because there's a drop-down of options displayed, and I chose to manually enter my tag - it shouldn't still be selecting a tag from the drop-down.
The problem is also if the tag has something to do with several tags in the autocomplete. Then, I'm forced to navigate all the way down to press the + to manually add the tag I typed in. This is rather cumbersome, and again, unintuitive.
For reference, I'm using Firefox 76.0.1 on a Windows 10 machine, with raindrop 6.0.621.
Would love it if this was fixed! But otherwise, thanks for an amazing app!
I have the same problem. Raindrop will select the first tag *containing* the typed text and not the first tag *starting* with the typed text, which was the behavior before the update.
And it gets totally worse when the tag I want to add is simply 'C'. That letter is present in quite a few tags on my 3300+ list... I get almost all my tag list in the drop-down list and I have to navigate all the way down using the keyboard