You can add tags to all varieties of annotation. Tags are a great way to group related annotations. You can filter and view annotations and their tags on the Notes page. For more information on how to do this, see the article, The Notes page: Staying on top of your annotations.
Before applying tags to an annotation, you must first create some tags. You can create a new tag, or edit existing tags, from the Note Tags dialog box, which is accessible from the Annotation Editor. To open the Notes Tag dialog box, click on the Tags icon above the Save button.
The Note Tags dialog box displays all tags which have been created.
The Note Tags dialog box displays all tags which have been created by users on the workspace. There are two types of tag which can be applied to annotations: Shared Tags and Private Tags. Shared Tags can be viewed by other users on the workspace. Private Tags can only be viewed by the user who created them.
From the Note Tags dialog box, you can also add new tags, and edit or delete existing tags. To add a new tag, click the Add button. This will open the New Tag dialog box.
Click the Add button to open the New Tag dialog box.
In the New Tag dialog box, you can enter a name for your tag and select a colour for it. Once you are happy with your selections, press the Save button. Your new tag will appear immediately in the list in the Note Tags dialog box and will be available for selection in the Annotation Editor.
Examples of tagged annotation boxes.
The Annotation Editor will display a list of all previously created tags below the Comments Box. To add a tag to your annotation, simply click on the tag that you wish to add. You can apply multiple tags to the same annotation. The tags which you have applied will appear in bold in the Annotation Editor; they will also be displayed on the Annotation Box on your document.
The Annotation Editor displays all tags that are available to be applied to your annotation.
Once you are happy with your selections, click Save.
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