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Using Taxonomy & Controlled Vocabularies With SharePoint 2010

by Naresh Sarwan on April 28, 2010

This blog post by Jeff Carr from Earley Associates explains how to apply Controlled Vocabularies and Taxonomies to SharePoint 2010 in order to enrich content using semantic principles:

Tagging in SharePoint 2010 is approached from two perspectives, with the first originating from controlled vocabularies via Metadata Terms. Controlled terms are managed in a Term Set and surfaced as part of a document’s properties using the Managed Metadata column. The field itself is directly bound to a Term Set (or subset thereof), and enables users to easily browse available Terms for tagging. [Read More]

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