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Today we're taking a look at Tags & Item Prefix in threads.  

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Tags are a great way to let users see the version you are asking about or the area you are looking at.  Tags can also be clicked on to view topics with the same tag included as well.  To add a tag, when creating your topic, just below the title you'll see the Tags Box, simply enter in your tags separated by commas.  As an example, if you are asking about the MarketConnect in Version 7.3.0 use tags like MarketConnect,7.3.0 this will create two separate tags with MarketConnect as one and 7.3.0 as a second one.

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Choose your main tag as a prefix, if we're using MarketConnect as the Primary topic click Item Prefix then click the box next to MarketConnect

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That's all there is to using Tags & Prefixes, we really recommend using tags in your threads, this helps to keep threads sorted, and grow a repository of useful posts making it easier for you to find your answer!

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