Tagging properties gives you the flexibility to categorize your properties. For example, mark properties for re-mailing or tag properties with a bad address.
First, head to " Properties" and then choose any one of your properties you would like to tag.
Once you open the property, click on the small Tag icon.
From here, you'll be able to see your existing tags and choose from them.
If you don't have any tags or you would simply like to create a new one, all you have to do is click on the Search or Create Tag box.
Start typing the name of your new tag and hit the Enter button once you're done.
Also, you can edit each tag you create. Click on the small Edit button next to a tag you would like to edit.
This will open a new window and allow you to change the name of your tag, color, or delete the tag.
Another helpful feature is that you can assign multiple tags to each property.
Last, but not least, you can filter all your properties according to your tags.
Click the Properties button again to open a preview of all your properties. Then, click the Tag button.
Then, click on one or more of the Tag checkboxes to choose your existing tags.
Bulk Tagging Properties
You can bulk tag all of your properties. To do this, first, select all of the desired properties by clicking on the checkbox before each of them. Then, click on the Edit Tags icon. If you choose to, you can also select all of the properties by clicking on the very first checkbox, then clicking on Select All.
Afterward, you'll get an option to add or remove a specific tag to the property group you just selected. To add a tag, click on Select Tag next to Add Tag and choose the desired tag. To remove a tag, click on Select Tag next to Remove Tag. After selecting the desired tag, click on Update Properties.