Adding tags to a team
This article applies to the following permission levels:
|❌ Contributor||❌ Author||❌ Designer||✅ Admin|
Tags are labels you create to meaningfully group teams so that you can efficiently manage the content they have access to.
A selection of users belonging to a certain department, location or sub-brand.
This article will show you how to add tags to a team to manage permissions at scale.
What are tags?
Tags are labels you create to organise your teams in meaningful groups so that you can efficiently manage the content they have access to.
Tags are a flexible tool, so you can bring your own organisational structure into Outfit, and create and assign them in a way that suits your content needs. For example, you might use tags to represent regions, departments, services, or any other categorisation you see fit.
How to add a tag to a team
- You can start grouping teams by creating/adding tags under Team Settings. There are no limits to the number of tags you can have on a team.
- To add a tag, begin searching for the name in the “Add tags” field. To create a new tag, simply type in the tag name and click "Create option".
- After you’ve added tags to your team, you can filter the list of teams by tags. Click the Filter dropdown menu, and choose the name of the tag you want to filter by. You can filter by teams with no tag by selecting the “Untagged” option at the bottom of the dropdown menu.
Content segmentation with tags
Tags currently work with Project Kits and Template Variations, with more features on the way.
In the Project Kit or Template Variations permission settings, you can select a tag to add all teams with that tag to the resource.
Whenever you add or remove the tag from a team, the resource permissions will automatically update. This allows you to automate permission settings when onboarding new teams.
You can also use tags to quickly move content from a group of testing teams to a trial group, to a broader network release, simply by switching the tags.
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