Tag Directory Web Part for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

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License: Freeware
Price:
$0.00
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Downloads: 27
Op. System: Windows 7/Vista/XP
Last updated: 2011-06-28
File size: 4.33 MB
Publisher: SharePointBooot
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With the Tag Directory Web Part for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 you can render Managed Metadata, Taxonomies and Enterprise Keywords right from the Term Store and Social Tags, as flat A-Z index or glossary of tags as well-known from technical books using flexible templates. The tags are linked to the SharePoint 2010 Tag Profiles or, alternatively, directly to the tagged content. The SharePoint Web part offers an additional Content navigation to browse the corporate knowledge alphabetically - cross site-collection, independent of the content store's structure. The Web Part is available as part of the Knowledge Management Suite for SharePoint 2010. Please note, that a hierarchical tree-style tag navigation Web Part also is available for SharePoint 2010 metadata navigation. The Tag Directory Web Part for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 offers the following features and benefits: * More efficient information access on SharePoint portals: The Tag Directory offers an additional navigation, that makes it very easy and fast to find information for users, that don't know, where the information is originally located. A great Step Forward for employee portals, extranets and corporate Internet sites. * Company-wide glossary helps to build a common language: The web part also could be used as some kind of glossary, very helpful for employees to find a common language and understanding in the enterprise. * Well-known navigation - no training required: Alphabetically sorted directories are very common and well-known, e.g. in technical books. Users can work with this technique intuitively. * No additional effort - Index is built automatically: The index is rendered automatically as a result of tagging content using managed metadata. Starting nodes could be given from existing taxonomies. Tagging could be completely automatically with Auto Tagger component. * Flexible design and linking

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