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How to create and use tags?

Tags are an additional layer of classification that allow you to group related shortcuts together based on department, team, function, priority, or any other criteria. 

For example, 

o/training, o/security-practices, o/benefits, o/roadmap, o/documentation can all be tagged with #onboarding

o/social-media, o/blogs, o/content-calendar, o/campaigns can all be tagged with #marketing. 

Tags allow new team members to easily discover resources related to their job function and other employees to uncover information-rich resources they may not use every day instantly.

Creating and adding tags to shortcuts is pretty simple. 

Adding tags while creating a new shortcut

  1. Go to the page you want to OSlash and create the shortcut
  2. Head to Tags at the bottom of the extension popup window
  3. Start typing the relevant tag in the Add tags text field
  4. You can choose from existing tags that show up or add a new one
  5. Click Save


Adding tags to an existing shortcut

  1. Go to the OSlash dashboard (o/ + enter)
  2. Navigate to the shortcut you want to add a tag to
  3. Click on the three dots next to it and select “Edit”
  4. At the bottom, you would be able to find Tags
  5. Start typing the relevant tag in the Add tags text field
  6. You can choose from existing tags that show up or add a new one
  7. Save the shortcut

Searching tags

You can find all your tags by clicking on Tags in the sidebar of the dashboard.



Clicking on the tag will display the list of all shortcuts with that tag

Best Practices

Avoid using very function-specific jargon for tag names so that everyone in the workspace can understand what they refer to easily