Contextual Search uses tags to enable faster searches for objects such as teams, escalation policies and users. Large organizations can use tags to add metadata to indirectly related objects and identify their dotted-line relationships. Contextual Search also helps Responders and Managers navigate to the correct objects and reassign incidents quickly and easily.
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Tags should be created for each object category (i.e. teams, escalation policies and users) that you would like them applied to, as they are siloed separately and do not transfer. For example, if you add a “Payments” tag to a team, this will not appear as an escalation policy tag, and it will not transfer to any individual user on that team. If you would like a “Payments” tag available for all objects, you will need to add it to a team, escalation policy and a user.
Required User Permissions
Create Tags: Admin roles, Global Admin and Account Owner base roles can create and delete tags by default. Account Owners can also opt to allow Managers to create tags by navigating to Configuration → Account Settings → Tagging tab and selecting Team Managers can create new tags (in addition to Account Owner and Global Admins).
Add Existing Tags: Admin roles and Manager, Global Admin and Account Owner base roles can add existing tags to objects. If your base role is lower but you have a Manager team role, you will only be able to add tags to your team, its escalation policies and its users.
To Create or Add a Tag:
- Navigate to Configuration and select Teams, Escalation Policies or Users depending on what object you would like to create tags for or add existing tags to.
- For teams and escalation policies, click the icon and select Edit. For users, click the user's name and you will see the Tags field next to their name on the next screen.
- In the Tags field (pictured by each object configuration screen below):
To create a tag: Enter a name into the field, hit return/enter on your keyboard and then click Save.
To add an existing tag: Type the tag name you’re searching for and select it from the dropdown, or browse the dropdown for your tag and then click Save.
Escalation Policy Tags:
- Navigate to Configuration and select Teams, Escalation Policies or Users depending on which object you would like to filter.
- Next to the search bar, click the Filter By Tags button and search for your tag or browse the dropdown for it.
- On an incident, click the Reassign button.
- On the Reassigning incident to… screen, enter the tag name or browse tags in the Choose tags field. This will filter escalation policies, users and escalation levels that have this tag applied. Select your desired escalation policy, user or escalation level and then click Reassign.
Updated 11 days ago