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A tag is a relevant keyword or term associated with a blog entry, describing it and enabling keyword-based classification of information for the purpose of retrieval. Typically, a blog entry will have one or more tags associated with it.
You may add new blog tags when adding or editing a blog entry or via the "Add/delete tags" link in the Blog Menu block.
There are two types of tag:
- User defined tags - personal tags that any user may add
- Official tags - added by an administrator and available for any site user. Official tags are added in the Website-Administration Block under Appearence -> Manage Tags (Moodle 1.9). In former versions admins added official tags while editing a blog post in a separate field.
If you need to add official tags as a teacher, contact your administrator and ask for the capability moodle/blog:manageofficialtags to be allowed. This capability has been deprecated in Moodle 1.9.