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Tags

Tags are a quick and easy method for classifying content within your website. A tag is a keyword or label that gets applied to your page to help you find or display it again. Tagging can be used to automatically display content based on its tags.

Sample usage:

Stories created using a news template within Ryerson Today  are tagged 'Research'. These stories are then displayed in a news list within Ryerson Today; however, multiple news lists not in Ryerson Today include 'Research' in their content configuration. This means that research stories created in one website can be displayed in multiple sites across ryerson.ca without any additional manual effort.

This story is tagged "Research" and was created in the Ryerson Today website.

This news story is tagged with the "Research" tag.

Tags are added in the page properties.

This screencapture shows the tag configuration in a news list.

This list will display any news template with the tags: "Research" or "Research & Innovation". 

The following images show multiple different news lists that display stories that are tagged as "Research" but are not in the Ryerson Today website.

The same Ryerson Today story is being displayed in Research news list. 

This list detects and displays stories that are tagged: Research or Research & Innovation.

Ryerson Today story is being displayed in Ryerson Today news list.

The same Ryerson Today story is being displayed in the President's news list which also detects and displays stories that are tagged: Research.

Where do I tag a page?

Tags are added to a page via the Page Properties.

There are many categories of tags. And most categories contain related tags.

For example, within the tab "Ryerson Faculties," each school of that faculty is listed as a tag, and within each school, different programs may be listed. 

You must make sure that the tags you add to a page are the same tags you add to a news list configuration.   

Predefined tags and keywords are found in the page properties of each file.

Custom Tags

Tags in CQ/AEM are predefined. This ensures that common terms are used across sites to encourage content sharing. If you need a new custom tag, please submit a request to Digital Publishing.