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Tagging Images

A tag is a keyword or term assigned to a video or a gallery in order to help describe the added media. Additionally, it allows it to be found again by browsing or by searching the keyword or term.

Tags are usually created by the uploader on-the-go and do not need to comply with any strict guidelines.

Cincopa enables users to add tags to their images, videos, and galleries; this proves especially when searching for grouping, managing, filtering or searching items.

A tag is a non-hierarchical keyword or term assigned to a piece of information (such as a video, an image, a podcast or a gallery). This specific kind of metadata helps you describe the item/media asset in the best way, increasing the likelihood of it being found by browsing or searching.

So, here’s how to most effectively use the “tagging” feature with your Cincopa assets and galleries.

1. To add a search box above your gallery for users to search by tag, use one of these galleries.

2. Select your photos and upload them to your Cincopa gallery.

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3. After your images are uploaded, add tags that best describe the image, video or audio track

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4. After adding individual tags to your images, add tags to the gallery, as well – increasing the possibility of having your assets discovered during both on-site search engine searches.

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5. Test your tags, making certain they work as expected

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Adding tags to Cincopa Images

Let’s see how we can add tags to your Cincopa Images:

Log in to your Cincopa account and click on Assets

Next click on Add more Tags as shown in the screenshot below

Next, choose the existing tags and click on Apply

If you wish to create a new tag, then simply search for the new tag in the search above and then click on Create Tag, as shown in the screenshot below.

 

You can also add tags from the Image Settings

Under Assets Info click on Add New Tag

Next, choose the existing tags and click on Apply

If you wish to create a new tag, then simply search for the new tag in the search above and then click on Create Tag, as shown in the screenshot below.

 

 

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