How do I set up and manage Tags in TutorKit?

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TutorKit tags are used to group, filter, and find tutor sessions, tutors, and resources. Tags are useful when creating new tutoring sessions because you can use them to find and attach the right tutors and resources, so we recommend you set up tags in your site first and connect them to tutors and resources as you add them.

To create and manage tags:

  1. Click Configure in the side menu or toolbar.
  1. Open the Tags screen.
  2. Easily add tags in three categories:
    • Program tags, such as a summer program or specific school tutoring program
    • Grade level tags
    • Topic or subject matter tags
  3. Click the X next to a tag to remove it.

TutorKit Community users

If you're using Communities, all of the Tags created in a Parent Community are inherited by the Communities within your site. Each additional Community can create their own Tags that apply only to them.

Learn more: How do I build and manage TutorKit Communities?

Connect Tags to sessions, tutors, and resources

Once you've created the tags, you can connect them to:

Connect Tags to sessions

When you create a new tutoring session, you can add Program, Topic (required), and Grade level (tags).

Connect Tags to tutors

Once you've added a tutor to your site, you can connect Tags to them:

  1. Click Manage users in the side menu or Users in the toolbar.
  1. Click Edit next to the tutor.
  1. Search for and add the relevant Tags.

Now, when you create a new tutoring session and have added Tags to the session, you can click Find by tags to search for tutors with the same Tags.

Connect Tags to Resources

When adding Resources to your TutorKit site, you can add Topic and Grade level Tags.

This allows you to filter your Resource Library using Tags.

And, when you create a new tutoring session and have added Tags to the session, you can check the Automatically show resources that match topic and grade level to make available all resources with the same Tags.


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