Tags are great when searching for content in your Loopio Library. Tags can be used as both a filter or a keyword when searching the Library for specific content, ensuring that you are able to find accurate results, fast.
How Do I Add Tags To My Entries?
The general way to add tags to your entries would be to edit the entry and scroll down to the bottom of that edit page where you can select, or search Tags from a list.
Searching Tags As A Filter
You will find the Tags search filter on the left sidebar with the other search filters. Rather than selecting from a list, Tags have their own dedicated search bar, helping to make searches more flexible and accurate. Enter your Tags here to browse your Library for any content that currently contains the specified Tags.
Note: By default, Tags use “AND logic”. This means if you filter with multiple Tags, your search will return only Entries that have been tagged with All the selected Tags. More Tags will narrow down your search!
This default behavior can be adjusted to consider Any matching Tags or No Tags from the list.
Making use of Tags allows you to narrow in on Entries that can be used for specific geographic areas, use cases, areas of your product, or anything else that doesn't neatly fit into a Stack or Category without affecting the relevancy of your results.
Searching Tags As A Keyword
Tags can also be matched on Keywords that are included from on what you've typed out in the search bar when searching the Library. This can be adjusted by toggling on/off Tags under the Search Within filter setting.
View Your Existing Tags
To view all current Tags that exist in your Loopio instance, you can hover over the Library option in the top Navigation, and select Tags.
You will then be able to see all the existing tags, and sort through them with the various sort options, as well as making edits, adding tags or deleting any of the current tags.
You can also view the Tag Cloud, which will display all your tags, giving you the option to select them and be taken to all entries that contain that tag. The order of the tags changes each time you view the Tag Cloud.