To help you classify and describe your assets better, you can tag them. You can search for and filter on specific tags, so tagging increases the visibility of assets to users. You can add tags manually, or get Bynder to tag assets for you using AI-based automated tags.
Bynder AI is powered by Rekognition, a service offered by Amazon Web Services.
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You can use the filter or search bar to filter on tags.
In the filter bar you can find the 25 most used tags. If automated tags are activated for your portal, you will also find the 25 most used automated tags there.
Click to open the tag dropdown.
Click the (automated) tag to filter on it.
Is the tag you're looking for not listed here? Use the search bar instead and search for the tag you want to filter on.
Enter the tag you' re looking for in the search bar. The tags that match your search results will be displayed in the All tags for ... section.
Click the tag you want to filter on.
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Bynder can automatically tag your images after upload. Bynder AI is powered by Rekognition, a service offered by Amazon Web Services. This service can identify thousands of objects and analyze facial expressions to accurately provide your assets with the right tags. Shortly after upload the automated tags will be available under the Automated Tags dropdown in the asset detail screen.
Contact your Customer Success Manager if you would like to have automated tagging enabled for your portal.
The automated tags are not visible in the upload screen. After upload it might take a while before the automated tags are available under the Automated Tags in the asset detail view.
You can add a tag on asset upload or when you edit an asset on the asset detail page. Click on your situation below for more instructions
You can manage your tags on the Settings > Taxonomy > Tags page. This page enables you to search for specific tags, and sort them as per name, date added, or the number of linked assets. You can also add or delete a tag, or edit its name.
Automated tags do not appear on the Tag management page.