Document the semantics of a tag. May also be used to document Confluence labels.
Documents the semantics of a tag. May also be used to document Confluence labels.
Tags do not exist for only a subset of document types. Therefore tags require a unique meaning for all doctypes.
The document type tag provides the following properties:
Please note that only information about specific properties is provided here. Common document property used by all document types are documented by Document Properties.
No further properties are provided.
Documents the semantics of the tag.
Usually tags are not hierarchic. But it may be more easy to use tags, if they are grouped.
List of documents that are associated with this tag.
Per default only documents within the same space are listed. If you want to reference
Grouping by Parentship
While categories and tags are added to documents as properties, to add semantic structure to a documentation, structure can also imposed by the parent relationship.
Spaces are limited such that there can only be one page with a given title. Tags typically define an alternate view on a topic. There may be other documents with the same title, but of different document types. Therefore Tags prepend a hashmark ('
#') in front of the name.
You may check the box on the wizard to create a new tag to care for this conventional encoding.
Available since version 1.10.
Categories are part of hierarchies while tags typically have no or shallow hierarchies documents.
Tags are typically easier to use for an adhoc organization. Categories may help to structure the domain with one or more taxonomies. For categories the path to the root is part of the name, for tags it is not.
- Finding without Searching - applied! - A blog article on organizing Confluence spaces with the projectdoc Toolbox.