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Every Task Board can have it's own set of tags, or you can reuse the same tags across multiple boards.
Reusing multiple tags is very helpful when you have several projects underway that deal with similar or overlapping topics: it becomes easy to see everything across an entire account that's connected in some way.
There's no point in using Tags for setting priority, since Kerika already has Priority built in as a feature. What's more useful are Tags that represent general themes, or otherwise help connect work items together.
The example shown here is for a software project, so tags like content, ui, and server are helpful to group work that will be done by people with different skills. And a tag like essential-for-release is a handy way to quickly see what work remains that's essential to the next product release.
All this is available in the Board Setting dialog, which you can access by clicking on the gear icon that appears on the top-right of every board.
From within each task's details dialog you can set tags &en; as many as are defined for the board.
Kerika lets you create custom highlights that help you easily see what matters most to you, right now: you can mix and match from people, status, due dates, and, of course, tags.
Here's an example of a Task Board that's been highlighted to show all the tasks that are tagged as ui, in our example board: