# Devices Tagging

You can filter and overview the devices using tags. Using tags, you can create overlapping bunches of devices.

# Tagging

Tagging can make it easier to find the devices by giving them specific properties with tags and then filtering or searching for them.

After logging in to the system (opens new window), you must ensure a Tag - Textual field in the Filter Panel of the Devices.

Tag Dashboard

If you don't have it, you can add this field by doing the following:

  1. Head into the Title Panel and select Fields.
  2. In the Fields section, select "Add".
  3. In the Add Field form, search for Tag - Textual.
  4. You must fill in the Tag Name name at least three chars long, Display name can be left blank.
  5. Click the "Save" button.

Tag Add

Now head into the Dashboard section and Filter Panel of devices. You may need to make this field visible.

  1. Click the Edit View mode and select Table.

  2. Make sure that the Tag - Textual is visible.

Tag Visible

  1. Tag - Textual should now be available for your customization in the Filter Panel (e.g., 1st picture).

Select your desired devices to create a Tag for your device and click the Batch Edit Filtered Devices icon.

Editing Tag

In the Batch Edit Filtered Devices form, specify the name tag you want to use for the selected devices in the Tag - Textual Desired Value field and click submit. Above the submit button, there's a note showing how many devices are affected by this action.

Editing Tag

Your desired devices should now be Tagged.

Tag Done

You can filter devices by simply typing in your specified tag; only the devices with this tag will appear.

Applied Tag