Tags are labels that you can assign to each Product or Keyword you're tracking within a Project. DataHawk offers you a list of suggested default tags for Products and Keywords but you can also create your own custom tags as explained below.

A Tag is a way for you to better organize your Project. When you start tracking a lot of Products and Keywords, things tend to start getting messy. When assigning Tags, you can instead easily search within your Project using our Advanced Filters to sort items based on the Tags you select.

For instance, let's assume you have a Project called "Leather Bags". Within that Project, you're tracking various leather briefcases, satchels, and tote bags. With Tags, you can create custom tags and assign the ones you want to each Product you're tracking. As such, you could create a tag "15 inch", a tag "briefcases", a tag "satchels", and so on. You can then use the filters to sort your tracked list and display only the items that are corresponding to the tags you select.

What is the "Owned" Product Tag?

The Owned Product Tag is one of the default tags of our tool. When assigning the Owned Tag to a Product you're tracking, this means that Product is one that you "own" in the meaning that it's a Product you're selling. We believe using this tag is an extremely convenient way for you to differentiate your competitive intelligence monitoring approach from the tracking of your own performance.

How to assign a Tag to a Product or Keyword?

To assign Tags, just point your mouse over a Keyword or Product and you'll notice that a blue drop-down button will appear on the right side of the line over which you have pointed your mouse. All you need to do next is click on it, then choose to add tags -or to assign a Product as an Owned one. In the pop-up that appears, select the default or custom tags you want to add or create new custom tags.

Keep in mind that you are also able to use multi-select actions so that you assign the tags you want to a large number of selected items simultaneously. To do so, simply thick the check-boxes on the left side of each item you're interested in, then click the Actions button on the upper-right side of the screen.

Combine the use of Tags and our advanced Filters system to seamlessly browse through your tracked Keywords and ASINs.

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