Using Custom Tags on edocr
Having lots of great content is a wonderful thing. But it is even more
wonderful if your content can be organized in a way to be easily found.
By now you should know that edocr extracts all of the text in submitted
documents and for our Premium, Charity and Educational users we
submit that text to be indexed by search engines. We also create a word
cloud of the most used words in every document, which also adds to
the richness of search engine optimization. And now we allow you to
add your own tags (# hashtags) to your documents, for custom grouping
and searching for documents. These Custom Tags are submitted to our
site map to further enrich your SEO optimization.
Note: This is for Premium Level Accounts Only!
Importantly, edocr is moving toward more useful control of the
documents stored or linked to on our platform (we collate documents
stored on other cloud storage platforms). We know most of our
customers want their documents easily discovered via web searches,
but we also have users that make all of their documents private, and
they want to be able to find specific documents based on Collections,
key-words, and now tags. But, the need to manage and secure the
escalating volume of electronic documents (spreadsheets,
word-processing documents, PDFs, e-mails) generated in organizations
is an ever growing issue, and edocr is able to solve this inexpensively for
small businesses, organizations and departments. So, by edocr allowing
searching of only your own profile you now have a very powerful
Document Management System for very little cost. (more details on this
soon). Imagine storing hundreds of documents in various folder
collections on edocr with the ability to search and find the document
you want in seconds. Documents that are securely stored and
automatically backed-up. Think edocr, because we are almost there!
Below are some screen grabs demonstrating how to use custom tags.
First, you will find the Custom Tag interface under Viewer Options when
you create or edit a document.