Organize Events with Tags

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Tags help you organize events based on common ground, such as campus or department. Set up tag groups based on the common ground, and assign those tags to your event to find all events based on that tag.

Only Organization Administrators and Event Administrators can create and edit tags.

From the Tags tab in Events, view all of your tags in their tag groups.

Follow the steps below to create a tag group, create a tag, and assign a tag to an event.

Create a Tag Group

Tag Groups hold tags that are alike in the same area. To create a new tag group, click New tag group.

An additional box will be added to the page, where you can enter the group name.

Click Save, and the tag group will be added to the section in its alphabetical place.

Click Add new tag to begin adding tags to the tag group.

Edit or Delete a Tag Group

To change the name or remove a tag group, select Edit.

Make changes to the name, or select Delete to remove the tag group entirely.

If you remove the tag group, it will delete all the tags in that tag group and remove them from all events. There isn't a way to undo the deletion.

Click Cancel or Save to return to all the tags.

Create a Tag

You can add tags to tag groups where they share common ground. You can also add them to the Individual Tags section if you have a tag that doesn't fit with other tags. Regardless of where you choose to add the tag, the way you add them is the same.

Click Add new tag in the box where you're adding the tag.

Enter the name of the new tag and select a color to represent the tag.

The colors help you easily find the event when looking on the Event page.

Click Save to add the new tag.

Assign Tag to Event

Add a tag when you create an event, or, if you need to add a tag later, you can add it from the event page.

From the event page, the tags are listed in the Details. To add a tag, click Add a tag and type the name of the tag. It will auto populate.

On the Calendar or Table view, you can see the tags assigned to an event based on their colors.

You can even filter by the tags to view all events with those tags.

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