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Add Tags and Notes in SharePoint Site Page

Posted By:Kaviya Balasubramanian       Posted Date: October 13, 2014    Points: 200    Category: SharePoint    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

In this article I would like to share the procedure to add the tags and notes on SharePoint Site pages.
 

What is tags and notes?

Notes and tags about content can make it easier for people to find and share relevant content and find knowledgeable people. Notes to other people can help encourage informal dialogs and enable people to easily connect.

Procedure to add the tags and notes

Use the following procedure to add the tags and notes on the Site page.

Step 1

Go to your site and open the site page as in the following:

samplePage in share point

Step 2

Then click on the "PAGE" from your ribbon container as shown below:

ribbon container

Step 3

When you click on the page, you will get the ribbon bar as shown below:

ribbon bar in shaqre point

Step 4


On the Ribbon select "Tags and Notes" in the tags and notes section to add the tags as shown below:

Tags and Notes in share point

Step 5
 

Then you will get the Pop-up to add the tags and notes as in the following:

add the tags and notes in share point

Step 6
 

Provide the keywords on the text box and click Save to store the tags as in the following:

save to store the tags in share point

Finally the tags will be added to your site.

show share point tag

Step 7 

Then click on the "Note Board" tab to add the notes

Note Board in share point

Step 8

Provide your notes in the text box and click "Post" to save the post as shown below:

post notes in share point

Finally your notes will be posted.

Note in share poiunt

Summary

In this article we explored how to add the tags and notes on SharePoint site pages. Happy learning.

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