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What is tagging and how does it work? When you tag someone, you create a link to their profile. The post you tag the person in may also be added to that person's timeline. For example, you can tag a photo to show who's in the photo or post a status update and say who you're with.
Using the # tag generally indicates that you want to participate in a larger, ongoing conversation - for example, a conference (#SHRM15) or a popular subject (#socialmedia). Using the @ tag signifies to someone that you're talking about them, giving them a head's up about something, and/or would like them to respond.
A web tag or website tag is a tool used to gather data on a website. This tag is a piece of Javascript code, a small pixel, or a transparent image that enables the collection of unique information about a person and on-site behaviors across an organization's digital properties.
A page tag is a tool that allows you to mark or categorize a page or groups of pages on your website. Page tags allow you to identify, with greater ease and in more business-relevant terms, what your website visitors are accessing. Think of a page tag as a bucket that has a particular theme to it.
Tags are another type of file property, designed to be customized by the user. Tags are great for making searching easier because you can use words or even phrases that make sense to you. You can think of Tags as keywords. While you can add Tags to many different types of files, you can't add them to all file types.
Open File Explorer. Click Downloads. Right-click the file you'd like to tag and choose Properties. Switch over to the Details tab. At the bottom of the Description heading, you'll see Tags. Add a descriptive tag or two (you can add as many as you'd like). Press Enter when you're done. Press OK to save the change.
Tags are simple pieces of data usually no more than one to three words that describe information on a document, web page, or another digital file. Tags provide details about an item and make it easy to locate related items that have the same tag.
First, launch File Explorer on the Taskbar or Start menu, open your Documents folder or where ever you keep your files. Click the View tab then toggle on the Details pane. Not all files or file formats in Windows 10 will expose the option to tag them.
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