FAQ: My Tags

The “My Tags” page is where you get to view and manage your tags.

All the tags in your account are presented as a table on this page.

If you have a lot of tags, you can use the “Filters” facility on the left menu to list only tags meeting your search criteria.

To learn more about advanced tag operations, read more about “Group Operations” here.

Here is a sample “My Tags” screen.mt-1

The header “Now Viewing – All of my tags” – means there is NO filter applied to this listing – so we are looking at all the tags activated into the account. Unless you have a lot of tags, you will not need to use the “Filter” facility.

First column with the checkbox header

This column consists of checkboxes  used for marking the tags we will do some “Group Operations” on.  Unless you have a lot of tags, you will not need to perform such operations.

Column with the padlock header

You will have one of the following icons for every tag:

  •  – The tag is publicly viewable.
  •  – The tag is password protected.

For information about dynotag security and passwords, read here.

Column with tag icon header 

In this column, you will have an icon for every tag, depicting its current template type – and feature level.  All retail dynotags are “Gold” level – so their icons will be in gold color. Any “Silver” level tags, such as Asset Management bulk tags will show in silver color. The icon is a miniature version of the dynotag template chosen.

For information on our powerful user selectable tag templates, read here.

All retail dynotag products come with a “default tag template” assigned to the tag – which may be altered by the tag owner as needed. Please note that depending on the retail tag – not all tag templates may be applicable.

Column titled “Tag ID

In this column, you will have the ID of the tag shown as a clickable button. Click the button if you want to view/update the tag!

For information about viewing/managing a tag’s content read here.

Column titled “Name

In this column, you will see the tag’s user assigned name. By default, it is something like “My Smart Tag” – but you can update it in “Manage” screen to better reflect your current use for the specific tag.

Column titled “(Recent)” 

This column is used for sorting the tags by time of last update – it does not display any content.

Sort indicators   

These indicators are always next to one of the columns and indicate the sorting order of the current list.  Relevant when there are many tags in the collection.   By default, the sort order is determined by the “Recent” column.