Reflectivity Team Owner & Admin

Managing Video Tags as a Reflectivity Team Owner/Admin

Available for Reflectivity team owner/admin

Create video tags to encourage team members to "hashtag" their videos. Tagged videos are easier to find when filtering in Library, or back in the Admin portal.  Use Video tags to distinguish best practice library videos from general videos or use them to designate the video content, e.g. Math, STEM, ELA, etc. 

In this article you will learn how to:

create video tags

allow team members to create video tags

tag videos

search team members by video tags

You can create video tags for your Reflectivity team or you can allow team members to create video tags as well.

Creating Video Tags

Simply go to Settings, then Video Tags, and create as many tags as you desire. Your team members will see a drop-down menu of these video tags when they edit the description of their video. 


Enabling Team Members to Create Video Tags

If you wish to allow your team members to create their own video tags, go to Security section and enable this feature:


Tagging Videos

Tags are available for team account users only. They improve the organization and categorization of your shared videos. Tagging videos is a great way to start building best-practice libraries of videos within your organization.

 To tag a video within Reflectivity platform, do the following:

1. Open your Library and open the video you want to tag.

2. Click three dots and select Edit Project info.

3. A new screen will load where you can edit the title and description of the video, scroll down to the Video Tags section.

4. Start typing to search through the available tags, or scroll through the drop-down of tags.

5. Once you have added all the tags you want to include, click 'Save'.


Searching Team Members by Video Tags

As a Reflectivity team owner or team admin, you can filter out team members by which user created which tag 



Click to continue Setting Up User Labels


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