+1 Also currently, any keywords that you were added during Papers3 import don't appear to be part of the list of previously used keywords that shows up when adding keywords (despite the fact that the keywords are present in the keywords section).
This is now implemented and keywords that are relevant will show up.
Thanks so much! This does, indeed, appear to be working well now when using the online app.
Do you know if the plan is to include this feature in an update of the desktop version as well? I'm currently beta-testing the desktop app and am looking forward to eventually being able to use this function via this mechanism as well. I appreciate all the work the team has been doing to respond to users' feature requests.
@Katherine This will be included in the next release of the beta app. We are buttoning up the final touches now so it should be in the next couple days.
In readcube papers, when adding a keyword for papers, it is better to have a key-matching function showing up the keywords used from top to bottom according to the similarity with what have been typed in. Currently it only shows used keywords in a random sequence.
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