Add Tags to a Story

Tags are a great way to describe your story and make it easier for readers to find what they're looking for. Tags should be one word, reflective of your story and subgenre. Please note that tags are applied story-wide, meaning that every part will have the same set of tags associated with them.

Please note: A story can have a maximum of 20 tags.

Examples:

  1. Story set during the Second World War might be tagged with: "history”, “WWII”, or “war"
  2. Fanfiction romance story about Harry Styles might be tagged with: "1D”, “harry”, “love”, “romance”, or “friendship"

 

Click on a platform to find out more.

On iOS

  1. Open your Works (tap on the pencil icon on the bottom menu bar)
  2. Tap on Edit Another Story
  3. Select the story you want to add tags to
  4. Tap on Tags
  5. Type in your tag, then tap return to add it
  6. Tap the back arrow when you are done

On Android

  1. Open your Works (tap on the pencil icon on the bottom menu bar)
  2. Tap on Edit Another Story
  3. Select the story you want to add tags to
  4. Tap on Tags
  5. Type in your tag, then tap Save

On Windows Phone

  1. Tap on the three lines in the upper left-hand corner
  2. Select Create
  3. Select the story you want to add tags to
  4. Tap on Tags
  5. Type in your tag, then tap on the enter key
  6. Tap on the checkmark in the upper right-hand corner when you’re done

On Web

  1. Click on Create on the top menu bar
  2. Select the story you want to add tags to
  3. Click on the title
  4. Click on Add a Tag (under the Tags section)
  5. Type in your tags
  6. Tap on Save in the upper right-hand corner when you’re done
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