For example, I might tag a piece of content to indicate the market segment, type of customer, or type of project.
For RFP respondents, you can tag:
- Content in your Knowledge Base
- Content in your Library: templates, sections and lists
There are many reasons to Tag your content.
For RFP responders, tagging the questions you've answered prior for a specific industry, product line or even language enables quick filtering to find the content you need when you need it. You can Tag entries with multiple tags and use the Filter options to find your Knowledge in one click.
Same thing for finding Tagged Proposals from the Proposals page.
For creators or issuers of RFPs, finding your related RFPs on the RFP page is simple and easy when you use Tags.
Using Tags for items in your Library is also a highly recommended practice. This way any team member can go in and review the different Sections and see if any editing is needed, or quickly pull in a saved Section or Template into a new RFP they're working on and know that it's directly related to the industry, product or line of business for example.
Tags make almost everything searchable and self-service!