Tags add an extra (optional) layer of organization to your 3Play Media Account. Files may be tagged with one or more tags and quickly filtered within a folder or across all folders.
For example, in a folder containing all videos from a college course, all 4 videos that are part of lecture 1 could be tagged with “Lecture 1”. This would allow for quickly identifying any file within the course folder that contains that tag.
Tags can also be helpful in allowing for smoother collaboration between multiple users of a project by adding a tag for a task and the person responsible for completing the tagged task. For example, you could have an internal workflow so that Bob knows that whenever Bob logs in, he should first filter for files that contain the tags "Bob" and "Translate French" and that he should then submit all files with these tags for French translation. Once Bob has submitted the files for translation he could then remove the tags "Bob" and "Translate French", create the tags "Jean" and "Review French", and then add them to those files so that when Jean logs in she knows the files tagged with her name and "Review French" are ready for her to work on.
Create a Tag
Click the Tags section located at the bottom of the left sidebar.
Click the New Tag icon within the Tags section.
Enter the name for this tag and click Create Tag.
Add Tag(s) to a File
Select the files you wish to tag.
Click on the Tag icon located above the list of files.
Select the tags you wish to add to your files.
Once the tags have been selected, click Tag.
A new tag can also be created by checking the box next to the New Tag field and entering the name. Once Tag is clicked, the tag will automatically be created and then added to the selected files.
Note: This action always is for adding tags and should not be used for filtering previously tagged files.
View All Tags Across Folders
All existing tags can be viewed from within the Tags section located on the left-hand side of the page.
Click a tag to view all of the files associated this tag.
Filter by Tags within a Folder
Once a folder has been selected click Tag to display a drop down menu of available tags.
Select one or many tags from the drop down menu.
Next click Filter to view files from this folder containing the selected tags.
Select the files you wish to untag.
Click the Tag icon located above the list of files and select the tags you wish to remove.
Once the tags are selected click Untag.
View Tags for a File
Hover your cursor over the Tag Icon next to the file’s name and the tags associated with this file appear.
Edit a Tag Name
Navigate to the Tags section located on the lefthand side of the page.
Find the tag you would like to edit and click on the tag's name in order to edit it.
Once the tag name has been edited click Save Changes.
Delete a Tag
Navigate to the Tags section located on the lefthand side of the page and click the name of the tag you want to delete.
Click Delete Tag.
Note: When a tag is deleted all instances of this tag are removed automatically across all files.