Flowcode and Flowpage Tags
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Meet Tags, a way to track and organize your Flowcodes and Flowpages. Tags work like keywords or labels that make it easy to organize your Flowcode and Flowpage assets. You can add tags during the creation of new Flowcodes and Flowpages or you can add tags to existing codes and pages.


The top of this article will answer frequently asked questions about tags. Scroll down to see "How to" instructions.

What are Tags?

Tags are a feature that will allow creators to tag codes and pages with characteristic information including vertical type, placement, CTA, and more. Creators will now be able to sort and filter based on their tags and create personalized experiences within the platform.

What problem are Tags solving?

Tagging will enable creators to associate metadata with their Flowcodes or Flowpages. This tagging feature will be the first step to unlock searching, filtering, and analysis based on the tags used for codes and/or pages.

Why would I use tags?

Many creators try to leverage metadata by identifying characteristic traits in their codes and/or pages. This is most commonly done in the naming convention of the asset, which allows creators to search their asset library based on specific asset traits. By introducing tagging, Flowcode is laying the foundation for more advanced search capabilities, campaign management, and product recommendations.

How does it work?

Creators are able to enter in free-form text to define characteristic(s) of their assets at a code-level and at a page-level.

Should I use Tags?

The Flowcode team built asset tagging for all types of creators, but particularly with Enterprise accounts in mind who have large collections of codes being managed. Tagging will allow you to organize assets in various ways outside of just folder organization.

How many Tags can I create?

There is no limit to the number of tags that can be created and added to a Flowcode or Flowpage asset.

How many characters long can a Tag be?

Tags can be a maximum of 250 characters long and we only support ASCII characters. Tags are not case sensitive and will default to lowercase characters once created. A dash will also be inserted if there is a space in your tag to enable easy data searches.

Example: new business = new-business

Can I add Tags to multiple Flowcodes or Flowpages at once?

Currently, tags can only be added at an individual level to Flowcodes and Flowpages. This means you cannot add tags in bulk uploads. Tags will need to be added to the individual codes post upload.

Can I search and filter based on Tags?

Yes! You can search assets by their Tags using the search bar in either your My Flowcodes or My Flowpages view. Additionally, you can click on a Tag within your My Flowcodes or My Flowpages view and your assets will be filtered to only ones that have the tag selected associated with it.

How To's

How to add a Tag to a Flowcode

If creating a new Flowcode,

  1. After inputting your scan destination, scroll down to the Tags section on the code creation page.

  2. Either type into the input field or select a Tag from the recommendation options.

  3. Finish creating your Flowcode and the Tags will be assigned to it.

If editing an existing Flowcode,

  1. Click on the code you'd like to add Tags to.

  2. Navigate to the Advanced tab and scroll down to find the Tags section.

  3. Either type into the input field or select a Tag from the recommendation options. Tags will automatically be updated and saved.

How to add a Tag to a Flowpage

  1. Navigate to the settings page for a Flowpage.

  2. Click on or scroll down to the Tags section.

  3. Either type into the input field or select a Tag from the recommendation options.

  4. Click Save tags.

How do I add a meta tag to a Flowpage?

  1. When logged into your Flowpage editor, select the Settings tab.

  2. Click or scroll down to the Meta Tags section.

  3. Fill out a title and description for your Flowpage and click Save.

If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or reach out to your Client Success Manager.

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