You might be asking yourself how you can use our tagging feature when creating a new workout. Well, we're here to give you some sweet tips on how to leverage the tool to your greatest advantage.
Here is an easy example of some tags:
It's up to you how many tags you put on a workout, depending on how granular you want your searching capabilities to be later. Of course your possibilities are endless. You can use any word or phrase you want as a tag! You simply type a word in the "TAGS" field, then hit "Enter"
Tip: Tags act as an easy way to label something for future reference, but to make them easy to find you need to have a clear process that adhere to. Without a structured approach to your tags, your searches will not yield the results you expect.
How do you easily search for an old workout using tags?
- From the WOD > List view you can create a custom search based on the tags you want.
DOs and DON'Ts
- Stick to a tagging methodology.
- Make it easy to remember.
- Always tag your workouts.
- Keep it concise.
- Create a saved search that includes all of your tags.When searching for workouts, you may find it to be faster to click and excluded tags than building a search from scratch.
- Create too many tags (Less is more!)
- Use a system nobody else in the gym will understand.
- Use unnecessary tags on a workout. Nobody likes clutter!
What do you mean by "tagging methodology"?
Here's an example:
Sample conversation and tagging
Jon: "What workout should we program for Thursday?"
Carlo: "How about something about fifteen minutes long. Maybe a couplet with gymnastics and weightlifting for time."
This workout would be tagged as: