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Tags on drill or story level
You can use tags to make your drills and stories easier in My content or Repertoire. These are keywords about the drill of story, such as French and Chapter4. With drills, these tags are also used in the Drill store can be retrieved.
Tags on demand level
The other form of tags you can use are the tags of the questions in a drill. These tags can be used for different things:
  1. Administrative for own purposes: How many questions do you have about which knowledge element?
  2. Assembling new drills with knowledge elements from existing drills.
  3. Defining tests.

Add tags

Add tags at drill or story level
The tags associated with drills or stories can be found in the Drill Store, Repertoire and My Content, you can add them in two ways. 
  1. When creating a new drill or story.
  2. When adding tags to an existing drill or story. Click on the setting symbol in the upper right corner to add them.
Add question level tags
The tags that are linked to individual questions can be added in the editor. To do so, click on the tag icon above the questions and add per tag 1 term. The tag icon looks like this:

Attention! If you use spaces, you will split several tags. You can add as many tags as you want here, but beware, keep it's clear.

Play out drills using tags

Create new drills with knowledge elements from existing drills using tags do as follows:

  1. In ´My content´ click on the three dots next to ´Edit´. You will then see several options.
  2. Click the option ´Compile drill´.
  3. Give your new drill a name, topic. and description and select the tags associated with the questions that you want in your new drill. 
  4. Please choose one of the following options: 
    • Select lines with one of the selected tags: If you have used questions where you have the same tags you select one of those questions with this option. Selecting that happens randomly, you cannot choose a specific question.
    • Select lines with all selected tags: With this select all questions with the same tags.

To read how to use tags to define tests, click here.

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