AB Tasty's recording session feature allows you to add tags before or after creating video recordings. It helps you categorize them and quickly analyze the ones you're interested in.
If you add those tags after creating your videos, you will have to do it manually in the interface. After locating a recording to categorize, you simply assign it a previously created tag. You can assign multiple tags to each recording and reuse existing tags. The created tags will then be available in the filter "Search by tags". Manual tags are recommended when you have not been able to automatically tag your videos (see below) or when you want a simple way to categorize a limited number of videos.
NB : automatic tags are only available starting from version 2.0.9 of AB Tasty's framework.
Window.Ni ('visit', 'extra', 'tags', ['tagName1', 'tagName2', 'tagName3']);
The last parameter is an array of tags. Each element of the array must be labeled a string, enclosed in single or double quotes.
You do not have to declare all your tags in a single request. Often, you will call this script several times during the session, with an array containing only one value, e.g. the name of your event. We advise you to define a clear naming convention for your tags and to stick to it, because it is currently not possible to rename tags.
Filter by tags
Once a tag has been created manually or automatically, it appears in the list of tags associated with a video and you can search for the corresponding videos using the "Search by tag" field.