Page ratings indicate the value placed on a document by other users and can help guide you to especially useful content. By rating a document, your evaluation of the document becomes part of this guidance to others.
You can specify - on a five star scale - the quality and helpfulness of a document. Additionally, you can view the number of ratings made for a particular document and the average of those ratings.
For example, the page in today's video has been rated 62 times and it has an average rating of 3.5 stars.
By rating content you also communicate to IBM document authors, who continually enhance document quality.
Tagging IBM Content
Tagging allows you to categorize valuable content for easy subsequent
access. You can also find other documents about a topic that others have
tagged the same way. For instance, you can click one of the tags to see
a list of other documents that also have that tag. Or you can click
Search all Tags and enter a tag to search on.
You can view All tags when using IBM Support Portal anonymously but if you
want to add a tag or view your own tags, you must sign in.
You can view tags as a cloud, where the relative size of the tag depicts
the relative frequency of use , or you can view them as a list, ordered
by frequency of use. The cloud view has a slidebar that you can adjust.
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