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You can manually or automatically tag your assets with keywords to help provide detailed information on an asset level and help search for your assets. 

Learn more about managing your tags here.

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Tag Filtering

You can use smartfilters or the search bar to find assets using tags.

Filter bar

In the Tags smartfilter, 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 here.

  1. Click tags_filter.png to open the tag filter.

    • Note: This might have a different name in your portal.
  2. Click a tag or automated tag to filter it.

Search bar

If the tag you're looking for is not listed in the smartfilter, you can use the search bar instead.

  1. Enter the tag in the search bar. The tags that match your search results will be displayed in the All tags for ... section.

  2. Click the tag you want to filter on, or simply click enter on your keyboard.


    Click the thumbnail for a visual walkthrough

Automated tags

Bynder can automatically tag your images after upload. This service can identify thousands of objects and analyze facial expressions to provide your assets with the correct tags accurately. Shortly after upload, the automated tags will be available under the Automated Tags section of the asset detail screen, and the top 25 automated tags will be displayed in the smartfilter. While you can't add new automated tags, you can delete them.

If the automated tags are not displaying in your portal, please contact your Customer Success Manager to have it enabled.


  • The automated tags are not visible on the upload screen. After upload, it might take a while before the automated tags are available in the Automated Tags section of the asset detail view.

  • Automated tags are only generated for assets that are uploaded via the regular uploader within the DAM.

  • You cannot batch-remove automated tags; they must be deleted from an individual asset.

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