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  • As I mentioned in an earlier post, to give institutional LiveWhale groups (i.e. your group name begins with “Inst:”) the ability to target events to specific channels of screens, I’d intended to use a specific set of tags to help direct content. For college, graduate and law groups, these tags do not apply nor impact the targeting of your event to the three campuses. For institutional LiveWhale groups, you must use at least one of the following directional tag…
  • How to edit a tag.
  • Tags are a way to filter your content in LiveWhale, whether it is Events, News, Downloads, or Blurbs.  Tags interact with LiveWhale Widgets that members of New Media (or the law school web developer) can build for you to make stories only appear in certain places on your website.
  • How to delete a tag.
  • How to create a tag.
  • How to tag an event.
  • How to tag a page.
  • How to tag a News story.
  • How to tag a gallery.
  • How to tag a form.
  • Tagging a blurb.
  • Tags and keywords play similar roles in LiveWhale. Where they differ is how they are indexed. More on this later.
  • Tag clouds are a bit of a work-in-progress here, but the idea is all the tags you use on your site can be displayed in a way in which (a) often-used tags are bigger, and (b) tags are linked to a page that displays the particular news, events, etc. in your groups that use them.
  • Tag clouds are a bit of a work-in-progress here, but the idea is all the tags you use on your site can be displayed in a way in which (a) often-used tags are bigger, and (b) tags are linked to a page that displays the particular news, events, etc. in your groups that use them.
  • Information about what LiveWhale tags are and how they work.