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How to use a Content Tag as a Call to Action
How to use a Content Tag as a Call to Action
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Written by Dan Macarie
Updated over a week ago

Stackla tags are labels which can be applied to content within your stack in order to group relevant content together.

When implemented correctly, these can be used on a tile as a call to action. You can make these organisational tags public and include a link to another page, meaning that people can interact with them.

Go to the Manage Tags section. Either create a new tag or select the tag you would like to make public and click edit.

This will open up a window which looks like this. Within this screen you can add in a custom URL to allow people to click through to another page on your site.

You will then need to select the Advanced tab to see the options regarding whether the tag is private or public.


Make sure that the Public setting is selected in order for your users to see this tag within a display.

Once these steps are completed you will need to click through to the Display section. Select the widget where you would like to have the tag names visible.


Within the widget, select the inline tile tab and select the Tags option. This will now make any public tags visible.

The tag on the left is a tag used as an identifier and the tag on the right is a call to action tag, with a link to another page on the site.

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