Org-roam-node-find not displaying tags

I am using Doom Emacs (v21.12) with a base Emacs version of 27.1 and the latest org-roam package available on Melpa (V2 - 445e359). I have created a few nodes, and would like to use the “tag” feature in order to be able to filter nodes by certain common tags. To do this, I am using “org-roam-tag-add” inside each node. This creates #+filetags: data at the top of my node file. From my understanding, when I issue an “org-roam-node-find” command, I should see any associated tags next to each node that is displayed. Currently, executing that command does show all my nodes, but I do not see any tags and haven’t been able to figure out how to display the tags at all. Here is my additional setup code:

(use-package org-roam
:ensure t
(org-roam-directory “~/org-roam”)
(org-roam-complete-everywhere t)
:bind ((“C-c n l” . org-roam-buffer-toggle)
(“C-c n f” . org-roam-node-find)
(“C-c n i” . org-roam-node-insert)
:map org-mode-map
(“C-c n c” . completion-at-point))

Am I using the tagging feature correctly? Any tips to troubleshoot why the tags aren’t being displayed when I search my nodes? Thank you!

I think what you are looking for is the example in this part of the manual

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Beautiful, that’s exactly what I needed. Thank you!