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Tagging Articles

A 'Tag' is a label given to an article that puts the article into a relevant subject category.

It is necessary to tag your articles so that they can be easily found on the WaterWiki. Tagging your article with a subject will link it to similar content. A finite list of subject tags means that anyone searching in your subject area is likely to find your article.

How to Tag your article

1. Once you click 'Save and View' you will see a copy of your article in full

2. A message will appear at the top of the article, in red, saying that the article is 'untagged'

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3. To Tag your article, go to the bottom of the article page and type in a tag chosen from our list of existing subject categories.

4. There is an auto-complete function so that as you type in the tag, WaterWiki will finish it for you.

5. You can tag your article with as many subject areas as you think are relevant but we would advise you to select no more than 4.

6. If you encounter difficulties or have any questions regarding the tags and the subject categories, please contact any member of the Editorial Group.

Created by Victoria Beddow on 2010/08/11 11:16

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