You can group related tags into groups and present
them in a list from which reviewers can choose as they mark items.
This facility is optional, but it offers a number of benefits:
The number of tags that you can create is
unlimited, and in theory reviewers can have a hundred or more tags
from which to choose. Grouping related tags imposes some structure
and makes display and selection less of an issue for the
Tag groups provide an indication of the use of the
tags. For example, by grouping key tags into a group that is called
"Important Tags for Matter x", you offer
a clue about the function of the tags.
You can use a tag group to present reviewers with a
question, such as "Which customer does this item apply to?", and
then have them answer the question by choosing between suitably
Two types of tag groups
are available: single-choice groups and multiple-choice groups.