Tags for categorization and social tagging
Traction shines when it comes to categorizing your content.
Tags might be used to express:
- Priority (e.
g. Headline or Priority 1)
- Content Type (e.
g. Meeting or Issue)
- Status (e.
g. Open, To Do or Done)
- Category (e.
g. Car, Truck, Weblog, KM)
You can use tags together (e.
Tags may be applied at the article and paragraph level.
Viewing Content by Tag
Here's an example showing how tags work.
Tag Cloud by Date
The count shown next to each tag tells you how frequently its been used on article pages and comments.
Tag Cloud by TeamPage Attivio Search Module Result
With the optional TeamPage Attivio® Search Module, a tag cloud (and other entity "clouds" for authors, projects, keywords, companies, names and locations) is provided for each search result.
Control Level of Detail Shown
To make browsing in multi-entry views easier, you can minimize or reduce the visible content of individual articles by clicking its minimizing icon.
Viewing Content by Tag Added or Removed Date
You can view content by tag based on the date order in which the pages were published, or you may view them based on the date a given tag was added or removed.
Paragraph Level Tags
You may want to assign one or more tags to a paragraph to call it out as important to a certain category, or for further action.
The Change Tags dialogue pops up, and the Question and To Do tags from the HR project are chosen:
And finally, the article is updated with the new labels applied:
Quick Tag Changes
The context menu shown above also provides easy access to add or remove tags as well as to choose Actions, such as "remove Priority 1 and Priority 2, then add Priority 3" which the administrator defines.
To Do and Done are special tags that allow you to easily click the checkbox to toggle back and forth between To Do and Done states.
Tag Change History
Traction records who changed which tags when.