Social tagging to find things

[German title: Soziales Identifizieren um Dinge zu finden]

Getting what you want on the intranet  
By Alex Manchester, Editor
The Source for KM Professionals, May 1, 2007

Abstract: One of the biggest complaints employees voice about intranets is: “I know what I’m looking for is probably out there, but I can’t find it.”
Social tagging – the process of adding metadata to documents, photos and so on, could be the answer – in that it would supplement the more traditional search capabilities inherent to most intranets (primarily a navigational structure and a search engine) with different ways to find the content most relevant to each user.

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Copyright Melcrum Publishing Limited 2007

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