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A Tags field holds a set of values. A Tag is a word, so to express multiple words as a tag, one needs to defuse a plan where spaces delineate the words, but rather some other character like an underscore (_) or hyphen (-) can indicate a division among words. This example, "Covid specialist" could be rendered as "Covid_specialist" (without the quotes). Some might use capitalization, like "CovidSpecialist".
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A Tags field holds a set of values. A Tag is a word, so to express multiple words as a tag, one needs to defuse a plan where spaces delineate the words, but rather some other character like an underscore (_) or hyphen (-) can indicate a division among words. This example, "black swan" could be rendered as "black_swan" or "black-swan" (without the quotes). Some might use capitalization, like "blackSwan".
  
 
== Advanced Parameters ==
 
== Advanced Parameters ==
  
 
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{{FieldWhereEdit }}
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; Default Value: Similar to the hint option, the Default value is available in the desktop edition, however, any data input does not generate a visible result.
 
; Default Value: Similar to the hint option, the Default value is available in the desktop edition, however, any data input does not generate a visible result.
  
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{{FieldDepend}}
 
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{{FieldRequired}}
 
{{FieldRequired}}

Revision as of 02:09, 23 February 2021

« Page as of 2021-02-21, editions Mobile 4.9.3, Desktop 1.8.1 »

A Tags field holds a set of values. A Tag is a word, so to express multiple words as a tag, one needs to defuse a plan where spaces delineate the words, but rather some other character like an underscore (_) or hyphen (-) can indicate a division among words. This example, "black swan" could be rendered as "black_swan" or "black-swan" (without the quotes). Some might use capitalization, like "blackSwan".

Advanced Parameters


« NOTE: The following pertains only to the mobile edition. »


Where you can edit 
Unlike most field types, choice field types such as this one can be displayed and edited (changed, checked/unchecked) in the list directly, though by default, a field will be displayed in the Entry View and Entry Edit cards and may be edited in the Entry Edit Card.

« NOTE: The following pertains only to the desktop edition. »


Default Value
Similar to the hint option, the Default value is available in the desktop edition, however, any data input does not generate a visible result.

« NOTE: The following pertains to all editions. »


Dependencies 
Ability to add one or more visibility dependencies upon fields with qualifying types.
Required 
Make entry of a value mandatory before saving an entry

Display Options

Field name
Display the name of the field in the card entry (By default, On). By this, it is meant that the field name will or will not be displayed on either the Entry View card or the Entry Edit card.
Font
Family
Regular, Light, Condensed, Thin, Medium, Monospace, Serif Monospace. By default, Regular.
Style
Normal, Bold, Italic, Bold Italic. By default, Normal.
Size
By default, 18. Direct entry to change.
Color
By default, White. Palette of 20 colors, backed up by a continuously variable color chooser.
Dependencies
Ability to add one or more visibility dependencies upon fields with qualifying types.