The tag browser provides a way to view all the
used within a rulebase. In rulebases with a large number of rules, the tag browser simplifies the display by presenting the tags, the color code, and the rule numbers in which the tags are used.
It also allows you to group rules using the first tag applied to the rule. As a best practice, use the first tag to identify the primary purpose for a rule. For example, the first tag can identify a rule by a high-level function such as best practice, or internet access or IT sanctioned applications or high-risk applications. In the tag browser, when you
Filter by first tag in rule, you can easily identify gaps in coverage and move rules or add new rules within the rulebase. All the changes are saved to the candidate configuration until you commit the changes on the firewall and make them a part of the running configuration.