Tags and why they're useful

Tags explained

When you create a resource in the Toolkit, you should add one or more "Tag(s)" to help people to find it.

The Toolkit's Shelves are organised in a particular way to reflect an imagined "rebel journey".

However, there will be many times when you, or another rebel, want to group together resources following certain subject areas, or other activities, that draw from a number of different Shelves. Tagging gives you thousands of different ways to combine resources.

Tagging each Page, Book or Chapter that you create allows other Toolkit users to draw together resources in many different ways.

How to add a Tag

On pages you can go to the far right side of the editing screen and open the side bar, revealing the area to use to add a Tag. It looks like this:


A Book (or Chapter) can be Tagged just by selecting "Edit" and adding a tag here:


Tags can be attached to any Book, Chapter or Page. This then allows anyone to put any tag in the search box above, in square brackets e.g. [Banks] and all relavent items in the toolkit that are tagged 'Banks' will be found.

The following list has been developed to control the number of tags that are used. Whilst you can use any tag you like, we suggest you use at least one tag from this list too.

NB Whilst every Tag listed here is "clickable" i.e. it will search the toolkit for that Tag, this is a new resource, and most of the Tags listed here haven't yet been applied, so will result in a "not found" search.

Action Air Quality Art Badges
Banks Bookstack Buildings Buses
Campaigning Groups Charities Children Co-Housing
Communication Channels Communities Community Events Community Groups
CommunityProjects Conservation Conservation Areas Contacts
Council Services Covid Safe Crafts Crossrail 2
Curated Content Cycling Dance Demands
Disability Divestment Document - Final Document - Live
Education Environmental Protection Facebook Festivals
Film First Steps Fitness Food & Drink
Gardening Gardens Green Belt Health Service
Heritage Hobbies Horticulture Housing
Libraries Literature Litter Local Democracy
Local History Local People Local Studies Localism
Markets Meetings Resource Messaging Money
Movement of Movements Music Nature Non Violent Direct Action (NVDA)
Older People Onboarding Parks Pedestrians
Pensions Philosophy Photography Planning
Play Streets Poetry Policing Politics
Posters Principles Public Health Public Transport
Rail Services Rebel Pathway Rebel Starter Pack Recipes
Recycling Regeneration Remote Rebels Research Projects
Restaurants and Cafes Road Safety Roads Schools
Self Organizing Systems Shared Space Shops Shortcuts
Small Business Social Issues Social Services Sport and Exercise
Stickers Support Services Sustainability Theatre
Tool-External Tool-Internal Traffic Calming Trees
Underground Urban Design Visual Arts Volunteering
Web Resource -External Web Resource -XR Welcome Writing
Young People