Tags in Data Model
Profile Tags help you categorize Profiles according to your business' needs.
They're relevant to the users in your APSIS One account, and can have different purposes depending on the relationships your subscribers, customers and prospects have with your brand.
You can find, create and edit Profile tags in the Data Model tab of your Section preferences.
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How to Add a New Tag
1. Within a Section's Data Model, enter the Tags tab. Click Add New Tag.
2. Enter your Tag's name. Profiles tagged will receive this text as a Tag.
3. If you want to further adjust your Tag, like specifying its allowed operations, first save your Tag and then edit it to see all the available options.
Done? Click Save.
How to Edit a Tag
1. Head over to the Tags tab in Data Model.
2. Locate the Tag you wish to rename and click the three dots on the top right corner, and then click the pencil icon.
3. Edit your Tag. These changes will be reflected only in this particular Section.
About Allowed Operations
This setting only applies to operations performed by APSIS One's API and Integrations. It is intended to give you control over which identifiers can be used to read or write Profile data by external systems.
For example, you can adjust these settings to keep third party systems (like for advertising or social media) from reading sensitive Profile data by disabling the read permission for the email identifier linked to your third party system.
Click the C circle to expand and choose an option.
4. Done? Click Save.
How to Hide Tags
Hidden Tags will not appear in Profiles and any activities within your APSIS One account, but they will not be deleted. Hiding a Tag cannot be undone. Read more about hiding Profile data in this article...
1. Locate the Tag you wish to hide. Click the three dots on the top right corner, and then click the eye icon.
2. Are you sure you want to proceed?
This action cannot be undone.
Click Hide to confirm.
The Tag will be hidden from Profiles and any activities within your APSIS One account.