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Applying hierarchical keywords on import

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willdoak

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I asked this question in a long thread about some other issue, so I'll ask it again here.

I use hierarchical keywords (e.g. People > Family > Brother) to make searching them easier (partly by keeping them consistent).

Is there a way to apply something like People>Family>Brother directly on import, skipping a step like giving everything a "@" keyword and then going back and adding them to the appropriate low-level keywords?

Cheers,

Will
 
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