Organizing Your Site: Adding, Editing, Deleting and Sorting Tags
MediaKron supports associating items in your project with tags. Users can then see content that is organized under each tag.
How to Add a Tag
To create a tag, sign into the MediaKron site and then select Manage Project.
Select Organize from the left sidebar menu.
Click on Add a Tag to create a new tag.
Enter the name for your new tag in the field provided. Click SAVE when you are finished.
Your new tag (titled "Test" in the screenshot here) should now appear in the list of tags on the Organize page.
How to Edit a Tag
Locate the tag you would like to edit and click on the "pencil icon."
This will bring you to an editing space, where you can rename the tag. When you are done, click SAVE.
The message here will appear verifying that the tag was updated.
How to Delete a Tag
Locate the tag you would like to delete and select the "trashcan icon."
To confirm the tag deletion, select DELETE. To canel tag deletion, select Cancel.
The message here will appear verifying that the tag was deleted.
How to Sort Tags
If you would like to change the order of your tags, use the "crosshair grab tool" to drag each tag up or down in the Organization list.
*Please note that you must click on the crosshair grab tool
itself, rather than the tag name, in order to move it.
The message to the right will appear after releasing the tag in its new place.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click SAVE once you have finished organizing your tags. The message to the right will appear above the list of Tags.
How to Sort Tags by Alphabetical Order
Select RESET TO ALPHABETICAL located at the bottom of the list of tags.
Select RESET TO ALPHABETICAL to continue the task. To repeal this task, click Cancel.
The following message will appear to verify that the tags have been reordered.
As tags are added to items in the project, a tag cloud will be generated on the Tags page.
A tag cloud is a visual representation of the keyword meta-data used in the site. This format is useful for quickly perceiving the most prominent tags and for locating a tag alphabetically.