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Enthink's Taxonomy Manager 3.0 is Now Available

Posted September 21, 2011 by Enthink

Enthink is pleased to announce the release of our newest version of Taxonomy Manager.

With Taxonomy Manager, you can unlock the power of your information within your CMS including OpenText Web Site Management (formerly RedDot) by simply applying metadata from your taxonomies or other controlled vocabularies. The focus of this release is to improve and expand the ability of Taxonomy Manager by enhancing the user experience, to ultimately provide an easy and effective way to tag your content and allow you to package your organization's knowledge in a more consumable way.

Enhancements in this release include the ability to manage multiple taxonomies within a project while still allowing any area of a site to have its own taxonomy.

The release also provides administrators the ability to isolate a structural taxonomy to ensure project integrity. It also includes the ability to have SEO specific keywords, control configuration from within the application, and provides an increased ability to pre tag content. This results in a quicker way to tag content and minimizes any potential errors made by authors.

"Unlocking your information by structuring your content is the most important step in any CMS implementation. These new features will continue to make the process easier and much more powerful." said Michael Martyn, President of Enthink.

New Product Features that have been added in this release.

  • Ability to support multiple taxonomies while maintaing a global taxonomy within a single project
    • Any area of the site can have its own taxonomy
    • Increased ability to pre tag content
    • Increased speed of tagging content
  • Removes the risk of Authors tagging content with unrelated or inappropriate values, thereby eliminating errors
  • Ability to have SEO specific keywords
  • Password confirmation for deleting keywords
    • Deleting multiple keywords or facets only require a single password confirmation
  • Taxonomy authorizations are now based on permissions of the user and the CMS element being tagged. This will be based on existing authorizations with your own project.
  • Taxonomy Management in SmartEdit
  • Application configuration settings managed from within Taxonomy Manger
  • Ability to have a separate structural taxonomy
  • Language Specific Keywords:
    • Allows you to have multiple languages of your taxonomy
    • Allows you to mask system taxonomy values with user friendly names

Customers can download the newest version including updated documentation from the Enthink Resource center with your Enthink account.

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