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Change Field Tags In Bulk

Our bulk change features allows you to change the field values for both custom fields and system fields such as content type and initiative associated with multiple content assets all at once.  This feature is available in the content catalog in Studio as well as in the manage content area of Gallery.

Popular uses for Bulk Tagging:

  • Tag or re-tag content when a field or field value is added such as new Personas, Buying Stages, Initiatives or a custom fields specific to your business.
  • Clean up data tagged on Content Assets where values have been missing or incorrect.
  • Make Content Assets easier to find for your audiences in the Gallery by adding appropriate field tags.

Items to note about Bulk Tagging:

Field Tags is an all encompassing term used to explain custom fields as well as non-custom fields in Kapost like Initiatives, Personas, and Buying Stages. This term displays in the bulk actions menu of the Content Tab in Studio as well as the Content Details and Manage Content pages in Gallery. See images below:


There is a None filter in the Manage Content section of Gallery for all Field Tags. Clicking on this filter will display all content that has not been tagged with any value from that Field Tag. 

 

Selecting the optional checkbox to override all current tags for the fields will erase existing tags rather than just adding new.

  • This options only applies to multi-select fields as single-select fields will always override because there is only one option that can be selected for single-select fields.
  • If the optional checkbox is not selected, all values will be tagged along with the existing values on the content asset.
  • Select the optional checkbox to override all current tags for each field where it applies. In other words, if the optional checkbox to override the values for a field tag is selected, it will only apply to that field.

Steps to Bulk Tag Content Assets in Studio:

  1. Log into Kapost and navigate to the content tab in Studio from the side navigation bar.
  2. Filter to find content assets that should be bulk tagged.
  3. Select the checkbox next to the content assets that should be bulk tagged. 
  4. Click the Bulk Actions dropdown menu.
  5. Select Add Field Tags. (Note: Options to Add Initiatives, Add Personas, Add Buying Stages are all included under the Add Field Tags option.)
  6. Select as many fields and corresponding values as desired.
  7. Select the optional checkbox to override all current tags for the selected field(s), if necessary. (Selecting this would erase existing tags rather than just adding new. See more information above under Items To Note About Bulk Tagging.)
  8. Click Save. 

 

Steps to Bulk Tag Content Assets in Gallery:

  1. Log into Kapost as an Admin and click Gallery on the top navigation bar.
  2. Click Manage Content.
  3. Filter to find content assets that should be bulk tagged.
  4. Select the checkbox next to the content assets that should be bulk tagged. 
  5. Click the Field Tag Icon. (Note: Options to Add Initiatives, Personas, and Buying Stages are all included under the Field Tag icon.)
  6. Select as many fields and corresponding values as desired.
  7. Select the optional checkbox to override all current tags for the fields, if necessary. (Selecting this would erase existing tags rather than just adding new. See more information above under Items To Note About Bulk Tagging.)
  8. Click Save. 

Bulk Tag Content Assets Within An Initiative:

  1. Log into Kapost and navigate to the content tab in Studio from the side navigation bar.
  2. Filter by the correct Initiative.
  3. Select the checkbox next to the content assets that should be bulk tagged. 
  4. Click the Bulk Actions dropdown menu.
  5. Select Add Field Tags. (Note: Options to Add Initiatives, Add Personas, Add Buying Stages are all included under the Add Field Tags option.)
  6. Select as many fields and corresponding values as desired.
  7. Select the optional checkbox to override all current tags for the fields, if necessary. (Selecting this would erase existing tags rather than just adding new. See more information above under Items To Note About Bulk Tagging.)
  8. Click Save. 

 

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