Included below is the guidance on tagging that is also available on The World Bank’s C4D platform.
Tagging content makes it easier to find later. Tags are like index keywords that you and others assign to content. Tags make it easier to find content when you search for it. You can assign tags to existing or new content to describe it for people who might search for it later. You can even assign tags to a status update.
- To assign tags to a status update, type # before the keyword, for example, “Really enjoyed that amazing #presentation about #XYZ customer.” Now others will find
this update whenever they search for “presentation” and “XYZ”.
- To assign tags to content, open or create your content and scroll to the bottom of the page to the Tags box. Think of the keywords, or tags, you would use to search for this content and enter them in the Tags box. Use spaces to separate multiple tags, use an underscore to combine two words. Consider using any existing tags that pop-up in the suggestion box. Existing tags are often assigned to related content, so it’s good practice to use them. Note that if you are tagging content that is being moderated by an admin, your tag may not show up right away because content updates may need to be approved.
You can speed up tagging by changing user preferences. To enable on-the-fly tagging, click on your name in the upper right corner and then Preferences. Turn on Quick Tagging Mode and then click Save.
Included below is a list of Tags that we believe will be relevant to our discussions. Please feel comfortable using additional/different tags. With the use of this space
we expect to develop a better appreciation for popular tags and refine this list.
(Tags that identify subject matter)
(Tags that identify sector)
(Tags that identify regions in which the city is located)