There is another way which helps.
Download the BlackBerry keyboard app, and use that instead of the default keyboard.
It has a nifty feature where it stores the last few copied texts, and from the icon on the keyboard, it lists the few recent clips. From there all you need to do is before you start a new record, or edit an existing one, then when you need to remember a tag, just hit the clipboard icon above the keyboard, select the text you copied, and it will paste the text into the field. Of course you have to make sure the place you want to paste it to is selected.
I'm not sure if any other keyboards offer this functionality, but I know the BlackBerry keyboard is way better than the default Samsung one, even pie's keyboard isn't as good. I used to have BlackBerrys, and I still prefer them over the Samsungs, and while the Passport is IMO a far superior phone which even runs Android apps, not all run as smoothly, and I have a need for some specific apps that dtagon't run properly on the BlackBerry. Shame as it has features that are far superior, and some that Android, and even the icrap are only just introducing now. I have to laugh that the icrap likes to claim they invented things that others had years before.
I also use a clipboard manager, which offers the ability to save copied items, and they can be pasted wherever needed. But while I haven't tested it, I believe that it may not work in Enpass.
I was trying to do a screenshot, but I can't figure out how to do it with the keyboard open. Every time I swipe, the keyboard closes before it captures the screen.
I used to use Roboform on my PC, but it didn't work properly on my BlackBerry, so I looked for a good one written for BlackBerry 10, and I found Enpass was the perfect solution, even better than the BlackBerry native app. My only complaint aside from the loss of the folders, as discussed here, was that when I changed to a new phone, I had to pay for it again. It's not like I can afford to use two phones, even though I wish I could, and I believe that most people would retire their previous mobile phone when upgrading, so like most other apps, the license should carry to the new device, but that's a discussion for another thread.