Filevine has had tags available for a while. But previously, if you had a set of multiple tags and searched your activity feed, you would get all results that matched a particular tag. For example, if we searched for items that were tagged with #client-call AND #medical-records, we would get all records that included client calls and/or medical records. 

But now, a search for #client-call AND #medical-records will only include items in the feed that match both criteria. Why did we do this? Because you know your business and tag your work with intention. And for most users, Filevine isn’t just a space to get work done. It’s the knowledge repository through which knowledge is shared, where new team members learn how to work and work faster. So it’s critical that your team’s knowledge moves with your speed and precision. 

Tags are great equalizers of knowledge. You don’t have to know how they will necessarily be used. What you need to know is what’s in your feed, your documents, your comms, or the tasks in your work. If you know your work, you’re ready to use tags. And Fileviners know their work. 

Take a look at the new tags search features in Filevine and let us know what you think.

Haven't Had The Chance to Add Tags?

Filevines Auto-Hashtags feature allows you to help cut through the clutter to find exactly what you're looking for. While some systems still require the manual process of adding those hashtags to the proper cases. 

Filevines Auto-Hashtags will automatically hashtag cases that meet specific criteria, criteria that are set by you and your staff.

Some of the best use cases for Filevine Tags are listed below

  1. Standardize Your Tags
  2. Merge Redundant Tags
  3. Auto-Tags to Organize Documents
  4. Add Colors and Context

These are just some of the few use cases for Filevine tags, You can visit our Filevine Knowledge Base to learn more about