Tagging

Last Updated: 17 Dec 2015

The Tagging screen allows you to tag the asset with Thesaurus Terms. These terms should allow you to classify content according to common terms and can be used in conjunction with the Related Asset Listing Page to display related assets. For more information on Thesaurus Terms and Related Asset Listing, refer to the Thesaurus manual.

Suggest Tags

The Suggest Tags section is shown in the figure below.

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The Tagging screen for a Standard Page

If the Search Manager has been set up in your Squiz Matrix system, you can use the Tag Suggestion tool to get a list of possible Thesaurus Terms for an asset. For more information on the Search Manager, refer to the Search manual. This tool helps you tag the asset with terms that related to the content of the asset.

When you click on the Tag Suggestion tool, a pop-up will appear showing the list of possible terms, as shown in the figure below.

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 Suggested tags pop-up

The Suggested Tags section will list to possible Thesaurus Terms that you can use for the asset. To select a term, click on it. For example, in the figure above, to use the term Matrix on the Home page, click on the button Matrix. To select all terms in the list, click on the Add all button. When you select a term, it will be added into the Tags section on the Tagging screen.

Tags

The Tags section is shown in the figure below:

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The Tags section of the Tagging screen

This section allows you to select the Thesaurus Terms you want to tag the asset with. You can select more than one term by clicking the More… button – an additional field will appear on the screen.

To remove a Thesaurus Term from the asset, click the Clear button for the term in the list and click Commit. The Thesaurus Term will be removed.

Weights

This section allows you to assign different weights to each Thesaurus Term that the asset has been tagged with. These weightings will affect where the asset will be placed in the list on a Related Asset Listing Page.

By default, no fields appear in this section. Once you have tagged the asset with a term, fields will appear in this section, as shown in the figure below.

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The Weights section of the Tagging screen

By default, each term will have a weighting of 1. To change the weighting for a term, enter the new weighting in the field provided and click Commit.

Cascading

The Cascading section is shown in the figure below.

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The Cascading section of the Tagging screen 

By default, Cascade tag changes is ticked. This means that when you apply or delete a Thesaurus Term in the Tags section, it will automatically cascade the changes to all child assets for this asset. If you do not want the changes to be cascaded, deselect this option before you click Commit.

Manual cascade allows you to cascade any current terms on the asset to all of its child assets. If you have made changes in the Tags and Weights sections and did not cascade the changes, tick Manually cascade schemas and click Commit to cascade these settings. Any additional terms set on a child asset that conflict with the ones set on this asset will not be changed.

Tagging an Asset with a Thesaurus Term

To tag an asset with a Thesaurus Term, right click on the asset and select Tagging. In the Tags section, select the Thesaurus Term from the Asset Map and click Commit. To add additional terms, click on the More… button. An additional field will appear on the screen.

Removing a Thesaurus Term from the Asset

To remove a Thesaurus Term for an asset, right click on the asset and select Tagging. In the Tags section, click Clear for the term you want to remove and click Commit.

Changing the Weights for a Thesaurus Term for an Asset

To change the weights for a Thesaurus Term for an asset, right click on the asset and select Tagging. In the Weights section enter the new weight for the asset and click Commit.


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