Automated tagging

Automated tagging allows you to automatically add tags to entries based on triggers, or events, such as entry submission, entry duplicate confirmed, or review stage started. Multiple tags can be added at the same time and in bulk to many entries at once.

 

Important: Tags may contain sensitive information and are not shown to judges or entrants.

 

How do I auto-tag an entry?

Automatically adding a tag to entries based on events is easy to setup. Here's how...

  1. Go to Settings > General > Tags
  2. Create a new tag and give it a name
    • Or click on an existing tag you want to automatically add to entries
  3. In the 'Automatically apply tag when' list, select the action/event you want
    • This will be the event that will trigger the action of applying the tag to entries when the event happens
  4. Click Save.

Based on the auto-tag you have just set up, the tag will be automatically added to any entry when the selected event occurs.

Example: The following configuration will add the tag whenever any entry is manually archived by a Program or Chapter manager

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Actions

These are the events that will automatically add a tag to entries when they occur. 

Entry submitted The action of an entry being successfully submitted
Entry archived manually The action of an entry being manually archived
Entry resubmitted The action of an entry being resubmitted
Entry tagged The action of an entry being tagged
Payment success The action of an entry being successfully paid for
Payment pending The action of an entry going through the payment processes but not paid for (i.e. Option to pay via an invoice, outside of the platform)
Review stage

One of three possible actions from a review stage task:

  1. The action of a review stage starting
  2. The action of a reviewer clicking the 'Proceed' button in the review stage
  3. The action of a reviewer clicking the 'Stop' button in the review stage
Entry moderated

One of three possible actions for the moderation of an entry:

  1. Approved
  2. Rejected
  3. Undecided
Entry duplicate confirmed

One of two possible actions as a result of identifying duplicate entries/nominations

  1. The action of identifying an entry as the primary entry
  2. The action of identifying an entry as the secondary entry

 

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