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Frequently Asked Questions about Cisco Learning Network Features: Tags

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Created on: Dec 11, 2009 3:32 PM by Carole - Last Modified:  Jan 6, 2010 1:51 PM by Carole

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Tags

Find all the content that is current and relevant to you with our content tagging system.

 

What is a Tag?

What sorts of Tags are allowed?

How do I add Tags to my content?

How do I search for tagged content?

 

What is a Tag?

Tags give other users more information about the content of a discussion, document, or blog post. This will allow people searching for certain types of content sharing a similar tag (e.g., wireless) to find all relevant discussions, documents and blogs with that tag.

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What sorts of Tags are allowed?

You can add as many relevant tags to a discussion or document that you like. Please keep your tags focused on subjects and words that are of interest to our community and will help your fellow IT professionals find your content.

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How do I add Tags to my content?

At the bottom of a Discussion or Document, you'll see a field called Tags. Type in any Tag you think is relevant. Popular tags are listed to give you an idea of the tags others have used in that section of the community.

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How do I search for tagged content?

A list of all tags on Cisco Learning Network can be found at https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/tags

You can narrow your tag search by content type: Discussions, Documents, Blog Posts, People (user profiles) or Groups.

You can also click on any Tag at the bottom of any Discussion, Document or Blog Post to get a list of all content with that same Tag.

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