How to Insert a List of Nodes Matching a Tag

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  • Zingtree allows you to tag each page as you edit them in Overview. You can use these tags to show a list of nodes that contain this tag. Use the Tag List template in the content editor to do this.

    For example, the list of all nodes in this FAQ Tree that are tagged as "popular_building" are below:

    ##taglist: popular_building##

     To quickly add your own tag lists, follow these steps:

    1. Edit the node that will contain the list of tagged nodes.
    2. Place the cursor in the content area where you want the list to appear.
    3. Select the Tags button, and choose Node Tag List from the editor menu.

    4. Replace tag with the tag you'd like to match.

    In the node's content area, you'll see something that looks like this:

    #‌#taglist: tag##

     

     When you run your tree, the list of nodes matching your tag will appear.


  • Zingtree allows you to tag each page as you edit them in Overview. You can use these tags to show a list of nodes that contain this tag. Use the Tag List template in the content editor to do this.

    For example, the list of all nodes in this FAQ Tree that are tagged as "popular_building" are below:

    ##taglist: popular_building##

     To quickly add your own tag lists, follow these steps:

    1. Edit the node that will contain the list of tagged nodes.
    2. Place the cursor in the content area where you want the list to appear.
    3. Select the More Misc button 
    4. Select the Tags button, and choose Node Tag List from the editor menu.
    5. Replace tag with the tag you'd like to match.

    In the node's content area, you'll see something that looks like this:

    ##taglist: tag##

     When you run your tree, the list of nodes matching your tag will appear.


  • Throughout 2022 Zingtree will be migrating customers to our new faster and more modern user experience! Here's how to tell which experience your Zingtree Authors are currently using.

    Log in to your Zingtree Author account and navigate to My Trees. How does your current My Trees page look?

    Zingtree Classic

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    New User Experience

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