In a working folder, tags represent a ranking method for grouping content and for finding it easily.
You can create as many tags as you need and organize your content according to different categories of your choice (products, projects, document type, etc.)
Tags work differently than regular folders: while a document is in a single folder, it can be associated with multiple tags. From a semantic point of view, the notion of tag can be associated with a facet or a taxonomy.
To tag content, you must first determine if you need a new tag or sub tag.
Press the “plus” green button, enter the name of the tag and press the enter key. You can create a subtag or a level 2 tag, just by clicking the “plus” green button of the already created tag. To erase the tag, simply press the trash red icon.
You can create as many sub-tags as you like, there is no limit to the number. Be careful however to create a simple and consistent taxonomy that can be understood and used by all.
To associate a content with a tag, simply drag and drop the blue icon of the tag on the desired content. The content tag changes color.
If you click on the blue tag of the content, you will see the tags associated with this content. You can delete them if necessary.
If you want to tag multiple contents at once, select them by using the shift + click buttons, or the buttons to select everything, then drag and drop the desired tag onto the contents.
To know which are the contents associated with a tag, you can click on the checkbox that is located on the left of the tag in the general tree. The Calenco interface automatically selects the associated file(s) so that you can view them directly.
If you check the box of a tag that contains sub-tags, this will also select the content associated with all these sub-tags.
Images can be tagged in the same way as textual content.
Finally, when creating or importing a document, if you have tags or sub-tags already selected, your documents and images will be automatically tagged on this selection.
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