Introduction to the tag manager

Tags enable you to categorise your content, making it easier for your visitors to navigate to the content they're looking for on your recruitment website. The Tag Manager is a great feature which enables you to control the tags that are used across your site. Watch this video to find out more!

Hi everyone, today I'm going to talk about what your tag manager does and how to use it. 

Now if you can't see a Tag Manager page in your site admin this will be because the tag management feature is subject to the package which you are on. So if you do not have tag management feature and you think you should, or you would like it, please contact our support team and we will be happy to help out. 

Now your tag manager page allows you to manage all of the tags that your admin users can add to your content such as blog posts and events. 

Tags allow you to categorise your pages, so that content can easily be found in searches. If you switch your tag manager on, which is as easy as this, only tags created in the tag manager can be added to blog posts or your event for example. If the tag manager is switched off you will be able to add tags to the content you are creating or managing. 

So to create lists of tags, you can do so by clicking the new button in the top right corner and on this page you can define the tags you wish to use in your content. So tag lists can be categorised into content type such as for blogs, for client pages, for consultant pages and so on. 

Once you have added a number of tag lists, you will see that the tag manger page automatically categorises your groups of lists into folders, allowing you to easily find the tag list that you are looking for. 

For each tag folder you can see how many tags it contains, and you can easily update the tags within this folder like so. 

Once you have your tag management set up the when you're creating other content such as a blog post for example, you will be able to easily add these tags to your posts. 

Hopefully this was helpful and you now understand the purpose of the tag management functionality. If there's anything else we can do, please just let us know.