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Old 12-04-2018, 03:38 AM   #1
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Embedding TAGS specifically on MacOS

Using Calibre on MacOS. I'd like to embed tags into the PDF/ebup files. Embed metadata seems to write keywords rather than tags.

Has anyone find a way to get Calibre to write tags to ebooks? Thank you.
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The Epub standards (Dublin Core) uses the term "Subject" for what calibre refers to as a "Tag"
PDF standards (Adobe) uses the term "Keyword" for what calibre refers to as a "Tag"

If you use the Embed Metadata into specific formats tool (you may need to add it to a toolbar/menu) then whatever you have in "Tags" will be inserted into the book's selected formats - i.e. "Subjects" in EPUBs and "Keywords" in PDFs.

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