Within Spotlight, tags are used to search thematically, and to save the time of the curator, should be added thoughtfully. Think about how your user might want to search your exhibit on your own. Think of the tags as themes based on how you want to organize your objects outside of the pages and widgets on your exhibit.
Tagging photos also allows you to set up saved searches and browse categories to give users a chance to look at categories pre-determined by the curator.
For items imported through OregonDigital, the only fields you can edit are Tags and any exhibit-specific fields you’ve created.
Browse categories allow digital objects to be browsable by tags set up by the curator. For large exhibits, users might want to browse subsets of digital objects within that exhibit. It is recommended that all digital exhibits have browse categories.
When you are done
To view your Browse Categories, click Browse in the navigation bar.