Automatically include keywords at end of document?

Is it possible to include a list of the keywords attached to each document automatically.
Any help would be great
Thanks alan

I’d consider an approach similar to what we demonstrate in some of the templates, where you can keep some “sheets” in a folder and whenever you need a new one you just select it, duplicate it and move it where you need it. It’s not quite as convenient as making a new blank document wherever you are, but you have to balance whether duplication and moving is more convenient than repeatedly initialising the meta-data in a new document.

Just out of curiosity, what are you using this particular on-by-default system for? Would it be easier to flip the polarity on the logic for these? For example if you have say, four stages of revision marked as “ToDo” keywords for each new section you create, where you remove the keyword once that revision has taken place, wouldn’t be easier to do the opposite, and add a “First Revision” keyword when it occurs?

Ioa, did you paste into the wrong conversation? I don’t think that’s what’s being asked here.

Rufrev: I don’t think there’s a way to put just the keywords in, but you can add them by checking the “metadata” check-box in the Formatting pane of the compiler. The output will look similar to this, just after the title (if you include that):
Created: Tuesday, September 03, 2013 9:51:51 PM
Modified: Thursday, September 26, 2013 9:17:41 AM
Status: No Status
Label: No Label
Keywords: keyword!

Oddly, the Keywords line is omitted if there are no keywords, but other fields remains, such as Status and Label above.

I suppose it can be read either way. I read it to mean they were looking for a way to start each new document in the binder with a pre-determined list of keywords assigned to it. For that, setting up a “master” document with these keywords attached and then duplicating it would be easiest.

But yes, if you’re looking to export keywords for each section of the outline while compiling that is what you would do.

Ah! It took me several reads to realize they weren’t necessarily talking about a compile setting, but could be asking if there’s a way to create new documents with keywords already attached. :astonished: Now I understand your answer in that context (I understood it as an answer to “how do I track todo tasks using keywords on all of my documents”). :blush: