The following table lists the actions that you can perform using the tag browser.
- Tag a rule.
- Select a rule on the right pane.
- Do one of the following:
- Select a tag in the tag browser and, from the drop‑down, select Apply the Tag to the Selection(s).
- Drag and drop tags from the tag browser on to the tag column of the rule. When you drop the tags, a confirmation dialog displays.
- View the currently selected tags.
- Select one or more tags in the tag browser. The tags are filtered using an OR operator.
- The right pane updates to display the rules that have any of the selected tags.
- To view the currently selected tags, hover over the Clear label in the tag browser.
- View rules that match the selected tags.You can filter rules based on tags with an AND or an OR operator.
Click the in the search bar on the right pane. The results are displayed using an AND operator.
- OR filter: To view rules that have specific tags, select one or more tags in the tag browser. The right pane will display only the rules that include the currently selected tags.
- AND filter: To view rules that have all the selected tags, hover over the number in the Rule column of the tag browser and select Filter in the drop-down. Repeat to add more tags.
- Untag a rule.Hover over the rule number in the Rule column of the tag browser and select Untag Rule(s) in the drop-down. Confirm that you want to remove the selected tag from the rule.
- Reorder a rule using tags.Select one or more tags and hover over the rule number in the Rule column of the tag browser and select Move Rule(s) in the drop-down.Select a tag from the drop-down in the move rule window and select whether you want to Move Before or Move After the tag selected in the drop-down.
- Add a new rule that applies the selected tags.Select one or more tags, hover over the rule number in the Rule column of the tag browser, and select Add New Rule in the drop-down.The numerical order of the new rule varies by whether you selected a rule on the right pane. If no rule was selected on the right pane, the new rule will be added after the rule to which the selected tag(s) belongs. Otherwise, the new rule is added after the selected rule.
- Search for a tag.In the tag browser, enter the first few letters of the tag name you want to search for and click to display the tags that match your input.
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