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What is the difference?

Sheldon

Well-known member
#1
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This has confused me. "This content may only have 20 tags in total". I get, at least I think. So, no more than 20 total. Ok, so, I can then "only apply 10 to this content"?
 

Mike

XenForo developer
Staff member
#2
Multiple people can apply tags to a single piece of content. There are both global and per user limits. (It's possible you could only apply 2 tags in total yourself because 18 tags already existed, including ones you don't have permission to edit.)
 

Sheldon

Well-known member
#4
After looking, I thought it was stating 20 tags could be posted in that area (as a rule or something), then the 10 meant only 10 could be applied (even though you have ability to put 20 in that box).

The exact tags for this were:

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I did this in the test forum.
 

Sheldon

Well-known member
#5
Multiple people can apply tags to a single piece of content. There are both global and per user limits. (It's possible you could only apply 2 tags in total yourself because 18 tags already existed, including ones you don't have permission to edit.)

Ok. So going into a reply (not quick reply), another user can also add tags (but not thread starter).

Makes much more sense then.