Implement a tagging structure to group articles together
If you have articles about multiple subjects that you want to group together, you can add tags to your press article. For example, for car brands it would make sense to give articles about a specific car type a tag of the name of that car type. You can add tags by scrolling all the way down in the article editor, next to the featured image field.
You can add as many tags as you want. Tags can contain spaces, so you can use a tag consisting of multiple words. It's recommended that tags do not include special characters such as the ampersand sign (&), or single or double quotes.
Let's say you have a headlines module with the tag 'example' configured. The headlines module will then only show articles with the 'example' tag. If an article doesn't have that tag it will not show up. The following modules support the use of tags:
You can also configure one or more exclude tags. Articles with these tags will not be included in the modules mentioned. For example, if you add an exclude tag 'example' to the search module, articles with that tag will not be included in the results of the Search Module. Exclude tags only work if no other tags have been configured.
It's also possible to create links to archive pages with specific tags, which is explained in a separate article.
Similarly, you can also tag images and videos which doesn't only help with finding them if you have a lot of multimedia assets, you can also organize your Media Library with it using categories and subcategories. See the linked article for an in-depth explanation.