What are tags?
You can add tags to your content to help users filter and find content with specific themes. Examples of tags may include things like “feet”, “oil”, etc. Tags are optional and fully customizable, and can be edited, added, deleted at any time.
- Tags should be as short as possible and should not contain more that two words.
- Tags should be different from your collection names (if you are using collections).
- Examples of good tags are "Oil", "Feet", "POV".
What are collections?
Collections are typically used to create groups of content. How collections are grouped is entirely up to you. Collections are optional and fully customizable, and can be edited, added, deleted at any time.
What is the difference between collections and tags?
Tags and collections are very similar in that they allow members to filter content. But they are presented to the user in different ways. Collections appear in a drop down, and tags, appear in "tag clouds".
How do you recommend using tags and collections?
Tags and collections are both optional. You are free to use either, both, or none, in whatever way works best for your setup. If you are unsure, we recommend starting with a 5 or fewer tags (no collections) which indicate themes that appear in the content. Tags my be things like "Solo", "Girl/Girl", "Feet" etc. If you later feel that additional grouping options would help, you can then start to use collections. Multiple tags can be applied to a single piece of content.