Using Tags to Organize Domains¶
Tags are an organizational label you can apply to domain names within your Gandi account. Tags are especially useful who users who manage a large number of domain names.
Tags are visible to anyone who has access to the domain. For example, if your domain is shared with others through an organization account, everyone in the organization will be able to see the tags you add.
After logging into your account, click on “Domain” in the left menu.
In this screen make sure you are in table view. To enter table view click the “Table view” button next to the search bar. If the button is dark blue you are already in table view.
To add tags to multiple domains first select the desired domains from the list by checking the boxes next to each domain. Next, select “Manage Tags” from the options at the bottom of the screen. You can then create a tag by typing it in, or by selecting it from the list. You can also remove tags by selecting them underneath “Remove Tags”.
To add tags to an individual domain click the three dots symbol on the left side of the domain name and select “Edit Tags” from the list. You can then add tags by either typing in a new tag or by selecting the desired tag from the list. You can remove tags by clicking on the “x” next to the tag.
You can add tags in the overview for an individual domain as well. After selecting the desired domain, click “add tags” under the overview tab. You can then add tags by either typing in a new tag or by selecting the desired tag from the list.
You can remove tags by clicking on the “x” next to the tag.
To display all domains with a specific tag, you must be in the table view.
Select “Filters” in the search bar. This will bring down a menu that includes many options for filtering domains. Under “Tags” you can select one or more tags to search for. You can remove tags from your search by clicking the “x” next to the tag.
After you add the filter the results will only include domains with that tag. To make sure that you see all domains with the desired tag, make sure your other search criteria are left blank.
If you wish to remove all occurrences of a particular tag from your domains, go to table view and click the box next to “Domain” at the top of the table. This will select all of your domains. You can then select “Manage Tags” and select the desired tag under “Remove tags”. Next, click “Apply”. This will remove every instance of the tag from your domains.