As nothing is perfect, projects gather issues. Sometimes a few, sometimes a lot. To keep things organized, we use tags. Tags are generally issue types, classes, versions, characteristics, etcetera. But in reality, they can be any word of at least two characters. Dots, hyphens, underscores and numbers are also allowed. Use tags you like and understand. Some tags are provided by default, but feel free to choose others.

Although you can choose any tag you like, two sets of tags are special, they trigger extra functionality in Yellowgrass:

If you really like tagging, you get a lot of tags. Fortunately, to manage your tags, you can tag tags: meta-tagging. To tag a tag, click on the tag and select the meta-tag you like from the menu on the (bottom) right. Meta-tagging is primarily used for three goals: