Is it possible to visually flag specific transactions for easier follow up?

I would like to flag transactions so they stand out from all others in my ledger, for easier follow up later. Is this possible?

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The tags are being used, but when there is a tag, there is nothing visual to see in the ledger that stands out and draws attention to the fact there is a tag. You either have to filter by tags or click on each ledger

The request is more so as a reminder to myself to follow up on that item. If I can see the entire ledger, the reconciliation of the budget would be much easier than filtering out by tag, which eliminates any item not tagged.

Do others desire a feature such as this, I am curious?
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