Tags management
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In information systems, a tag is a keyword or term assigned to a piece of information (such as an Internet bookmark, multimedia, database record, or computer file). This kind of tags helps describe an item and allows it to be found again by browsing or searching. Tags are generally chosen informally and personally by the item's creator or by its viewer, depending on the system, They may also be chosen from a controlled vocabulary.

In Yeeflow, we provide a centralized Tags management function which allows you to manage and organize popular tags in one place.

How to manage Tags

As a Yeeflow administrator, you can manage Tags from the admin center. Click to expand the "Data management" group, and click "Tags Management" to open the management page:

From the tags management page, you can see all the existing tags in your Yeeflow account. The numbers after the tag name identify how many times each tag is used.

You can search tags, or add new tags by clicking the "+ New Tag" button on the top-right:

Search Tags: You can search tags from the top right search box.

Add Tags: You can add new tags by clicking the blue "New" button on the top-right.

Link Tags: If there are multiple tags which have the similar meaning, you can link those tags by selecting one tag and click the "Relate To" button from the pop-up operation menu, and select other tags.

Merge Tags: You can merge one tag with another tag by selecting one tag and click the "Merge" from the pop-up operation menu. The merge feature will using the target tag to replace the selected tag. Or related records which is using this selected tag will also replace this tag to the target tag.

Delete: To delete an existing tag, you can select this tag and click the "Delete" button from the pop-up operation menu.

You can select multiple items to do the above operations too.

How to use Tags

You can use Tags in any applications by adding the tags field to your data lists or adding a tags field control to the approval forms.


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