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Common words and phrases like 'if' 'and' 'for' etc. are not saved, as well as punctuation and special characters.
 
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If you MUST combine 2 words, they can be appended with a + so ''wheelchair+accessable'' is valid.
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Be aware that if you do this, people will have to enter the same text into the search box, i.e people searching for ''wheelchair'' will not see anything tagged with ''wheelchair+accessable''.
  
 
There are 2 types of tags: [[Public Tags]] and [[Private Tags]]
 
There are 2 types of tags: [[Public Tags]] and [[Private Tags]]

Revision as of 13:23, 14 October 2006

Overview

You can give your chaches,logs,images and swaggies a "tag", which is like a keyword or category label. Tags help you find items which have something in common. You can assign as many tags as you wish to each object.

Usage

It is best to be consise when setting a tag for an object. For instance: If you wish to highlight the fact that a cache is at a waterfall with a lookout and great views you could tag it with:waterfall lookout views

Common words and phrases like 'if' 'and' 'for' etc. are not saved, as well as punctuation and special characters.

If you MUST combine 2 words, they can be appended with a + so wheelchair+accessable is valid. Be aware that if you do this, people will have to enter the same text into the search box, i.e people searching for wheelchair will not see anything tagged with wheelchair+accessable.

There are 2 types of tags: Public Tags and Private Tags