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Using labels to organize content pre and post publication
Using labels to organize content pre and post publication

Organize your Turtl Docs with labels. Add/remove Doc labels and create new ones.

Nastja Sodin avatar
Written by Nastja Sodin
Updated over a week ago

Labels allow you to organize Turtl Docs within your account. Admin & Global Admins users are able to edit the labels available from the 'Labels' menu in the ‘Settings’ menu.

In the below video, you can learn:

  • What a label is and when to use one

  • What licenses have the ability to create labels

  • How to create and customize Labels to suit your content structure

  • How to search for and filter content using Labels

  • How to use Labels to filter engagement data

Watch time: 2 minutes

Create a label

To get started, first you need to create a label. Go to the drop-down menu in your Team account name -> ‘Settings’ -> ‘Labels’ tab.

To create a new label, type in the empty label box and click on the '+' button. You can also add more than one new label at a time by clicking the same '+' button. Don't forget to click Save to complete the changes.

Edit a label

To edit a label, simply click into the label box and change as required. To delete a label click the 'x' at the end of the label box. After you have finished editing/removing labels, click Save to complete the changes.

Filter by labels

You can search labeled Docs from the drop-down box at the top of the Turtl Docs listing.

Adding/removing a label on a Turtl Doc

You can add and remove labels on any Doc by clicking on the edit drop-down menu and selecting Labels.

Note: Adding labels to a live Doc will not affect the Doc itself.

You can then use the checkboxes to select which labels you would like to apply. Click Save to label the Doc with the selected label.

Using labels in your Analytics Dashboard

Another useful feature that Turtl offers is the ability to filter your analytics by using labels. If you created a 'internal' label for all the Turtl Docs that are meant to only be seen by people within your team, or if you created a 'newsletter' label for your monthly newsletter, using this filter in your Analytics Dashboard could provide data specific to those Turtl Docs.

Once on your analytics dashboard, navigate to the 'All Labels' drop-down and select which label you would like to filter by.

To find out more in-depth information on the Analytics Dashboard, check out the following resource:

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