I have set up a gallery on Acrobat.com. Within this gallery is the usual collection of PDFs that have all been tagged for identification and search functionality. This gallery ahs then been shared to a bunch of users with no admin capabilities. The problem I am having is that they they can't see any of the tags I have generated making it a completely useless option.
How do I make the tags visible to them so they can utilise them
Good day ozbogwam,
Unfortunately, tags are currently designed to help an individual user organize their files. There are no shared tags at this point.
From the Acrobat.com Help file, here's how you can use tags:
Use tags to categorize files you have access to. You can tag files stored anywhere in your organizer. Adding a tag to a file or removing a tag from a file does not change its permissions or its location. For example, tagging a file stored in a shared workspace does not change who can access the file. Nor does it change permissions for other individuals with access to the file. A file can have multiple tags for quick access. For example, you can tag a file as “Work” to signify that this file is work-related. You can tag the same file as “Urgent” to signify that the file requires immediate attention.
In the organizer, the Tags pane contains some predefined files tagged as Getting Started. Files that have not been tagged and are not part of a shared workspace are listed in Uncategorized Files. The tags you create are listed in alphabetical order.
All that said, I think this is an excellent feature request and I'll be posting a link to this thread within the Acrobat.com Ideas forum.
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