Organize Your Assets with Tags

Descriptive titles are a good way to ensure that you'll be able to find pages and other assets easily when you want to use them. Think of tags as a second level of organization; a good tag should ideally be short (a single word or phrase), descriptive, and unique. For example, you might use the tag "research" to organize assets that have to do with your research, or "classes" to organize materials for your classes, or even "WS-101" for your Women's Studies 101 course.

  1. Log into PebblePad from pebblepad.pdx.edu.
  2. Click on the burger menu (three stacked lines like a hamburger) in the upper left corner of your screen, and click Asset Store from the home page.
    • Get used to using this menu; it's the quickest way to jump from place to place in Pebble+.
    • Start Here:

  3. Find the asset you want to tag in the list and click the i icon
    • Look for this icon:
  4. Scroll down to the Tags section. Enter a tag and click Add, or separate multiple tags by comma. 
  5. Click Close at the top of the side bar when you are done adding tags.  
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