When you have lots of tasks that are related, you can easily label them with a tags. This helps you to quickly identify them, or to have them appear grouped together when you enter the tag into the search bar.
A tag can also help you to add special context to tasks, assign priority, or just to make searching easier.
How to use tags
- Just click on the task title and add a tag, just as you would a hashtag. As soon as you save the title, the task will be tagged.
- Clicking on a tag will display other tasks with the same tag across your workspaces. Use tags for context, like #client, #feature, #bug, #launch, or use them to indicate priority, like #P1, #P2, #P3, and thus prioritize your work. This will add a new dimension to your task categorization.
Note: Tags with just letters will be displayed as black (#ABC), but tags that contain numbers will be displayed as red (#ABC123, or #123). The By User view will display tasks by due date and priority tag. This is how you can use tags to prioritize your work in Redbooth.