Adding Tags

Tags are very important ingredients to every post. They are more specific than categories and allow readers to browse through your posts for specific content.

Creating Tags on the Add New or Edit Post Page

  1. On the Add New and Edit Post page, you will see the small box in the right column.

    In the Post Tags box, you can create a new tag or browse through existent tags and select them for your post.

    In the Post Tags box, you can create a new tag or browse through existent tags and select them for your post.

  2. To create a new tag, simply type in the name of the tag you wish to make and click Add Tag.
  3. To use an already existing tag, begin to type the name and you will see a list appear.
    In the example, I began to type in the name of an already existent tag. As I did, the tag appeared and I selected it and chose Add Tag.

    In the example, I began to type in the name of an already existent tag. As I did, the tag appeared and I selected it and chose Add Tag.

    In this example, I began to write the word “Alumni” and the already existent tag “Alumni Activities” became visible. I simply clicked on the tag and selected Add Tag.

  4. You can also select Choose from the most used tags in Post Tags to browse your most used tags.

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