Moving this from GH issue to the forum… LS is treating tags in page-properties as block references · Issue #2534 · logseq/logseq · GitHub
Starting with LS 0.3.0, page-tags are now behaving differently than they were in version 0.2.10 and lower. This appeared to me like a bug, as this was never the way tags worked in previous versions. So putting this up for discussion. How do people prefer tags to work?
Option 1) In version <= 0.2.10, pages that contained a page-tags with a value assigned to it, would only show up on that tagged page under the " Pages tagged with “<% current page %>” section, as shown in the screenshot below.
Option 2) Starting with LS version 0.3.0, pages that contain a page-tags with a value assigned to it, will now show up both under the "Pages tagged with “<% current page %>”, AND as a block reference?
Option 3) If you dislike both methods, how would you like page tags rendered?
IMO - I would prefer we go back to option 1, it was cleaner, and gave page-tags their own unique method of usage. Otherwise let’s get rid of the “Pages tagged with …” section, I don’t see any reason to have duplicate sections that reference the page, and we could use the space for other stuff.