Tags allow you to easily segment your contacts into groups. You can tag each contact with as many or as few tags as you like. Tagging grants you the ability to customize and organize your contact list into manageable groups. Tagging also provides a useful way to keep track of which contacts to send broadcasts to.
How do I set up Tags?
Navigate to Settings > Tags. At the top, write the name for a new tag in the box where it says “A helpful tag name” and click “Add”. Please note that Tags are case-sensitive.
How do I assign tags to contacts?
There are several methods for tagging your audience:
Upload a CSV
The most efficient way to tag your contacts is by uploading a .csv file. When first uploading contacts [more info on that here], you can include a column titled “Tags.” In this column, include which tags you would like for each specific contact separated by commas.
You can also use this method to add tags to existing contacts in Avochato.
Another method for tagging contacts is to individually assign a tag to a contact. Click into the specific contact, and on the right side of the screen click “Tags.” Start typing your desired tag and click on it from the dropdown menu. Repeat for all desired tags.
From Contacts Page
By navigating to the “Contacts” tab in Avochato, you can pick and choose multiple contacts to tag at once.
Start by selecting which contacts you would like to tag using the boxes to the left of the contact names. Once you have made a selection you can begin to type the desired tag in the “Tag selected contacts” box and click “Add.” You can either choose an existing tag or create a new tag.
Searching by tags
There are several commands that can be used to narrow down contact results in the contact page. Note that all tags and commands are case sensitive.
- tags: “A” AND NOT tags: “B”
- tags: “A” AND tags: “B”
- tags: “A” OR tags: “B”
By using these commands, you can narrow down a desired list of contacts, and from there create a new tag to pull up this list easily in the future.
What can I do with Tags?
Tagging is a powerful tool to keep track of your audience and segment a large contact list into smaller, more useful groups. Common uses of tags include (but aren’t limited to):
- Geographic location
- Job position
- Related to particular campaigns
- Internal vs. external (employee of your company vs. client)
Broadcasting with Tags
You can also use tags as a method to select a broadcast audience. Learn more about broadcasting [here]