This sounds like precisely the purpose of standard formats for log
messages.  The simplest thing would be to prefix the subject with
"[type]:" like this:

major: add big feature

....

or put it on the first line of the body, if you have something else
you like to do with the subject, whatever.  As long as your format is
standard, you can easily search for that particular key.

Jeffrey

On Jan 1, 11:59 am, Trans <transf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there are way to add a custom property to commits? I want to use it
> to track commit "type" For example, I use 'admin', 'doc', 'major',
> 'minor', and 'bug' to classify my commits.
>
> Thanks.

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