|Tag pages with keywords and navigate your wiki using these keywords|
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XWiki Enterprise, XWiki Enterprise Manager, XWiki Watch
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XWiki's tag feature lets you add keywords to your pages and retrieve all pages to which the keyword is associated. Any user can freely enter tags he considers suitable for a given page, whether those tags have already been used by others or not.
Tagging a page
This is the tagging mode setup by default in a new XWiki instance. It is quite easy to add a tag to a page or a document. This allows the creation of your own folksonomy on your XWiki through the use of tags.
To add a tag go to the bottom of the page and click on the "+" next to the word "Tags".
A Pop-up will appear inviting you to add the tags, separated by comma. Type in the tags and click "Add".
A list of suggestions may appear while you are typing. This indicates tags you have already used, and may want to use again.
If you want to delete a tag all you have to do is click on "X" next to the tag as follows:
After you have tagged your pages you can get access to the list of tags and subscribe to them through RSS.
Retrieve a tag
Once a set of pages is tagged, you can retrieve them on the Tags Summary page of your wiki (http://<server>/xwiki/bin/view/Main/Tags). The page displays the list of all available tags.
View Pages For a Tag
Once you have selected (clicked on) a tag, you get the list of all pages tagged with the chosen keyword. In addition, you can even choose to get an RSS feed on a tag. Everytime someone adds the given tag to a page or changes a page tagged with the keyword, you will receive a notification. Find out more about RSS Feeds.