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Here, you will learn how to add tags to your content and browse by tags on E2E.
1. Create a new question by clicking the "ask a new question" or "ask a related question" button. See the FAQ "How do I ask a technical question on E2E?" (https://e2e.ti.com/support/site_support/f/1024/t/691663) in the site support forum if you don't know how to get to these buttons.
2. After logging into your account, you will be directed to the thread creation form. Fill out the necessary fields.
3. At the bottom of the form, type any tags for your post in the "tag" box. Separate your desired tags with commas.
Note: your part number will automatically appear as a tag after submitting your post.
4. Additionally, you can click the red "select tags" button to choose a list of tags that have been used in the forum before. Select the check boxes for your desired tags and click the red "ok."
5. Your tag will appear the bottom of your post.
6. To include tags after you posted your question, click "edit tags" at the bottom of the post. Type your tags in the box (separated by commas) or choose tags from "select tags." Click "save."
Browsing by tags in Tag Clouds
1. Start at e2e.ti.com.
2. In the red header, hover over "Forums" then select the forum of interest.
3. At the top of the page next to the forum name, select "More" and choose "Tags" from the drop-down menu.
4. The Tag Cloud will show a list of popular tags for this particular forum. Tags in the cloud which appear bigger have more posts tagged with them than those which are smaller.
5. Click on a tag in the Tag Cloud to find posts that have that tag.
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