How to Tag Shared Cameras
Tagging Shared Cameras:
Shared Cameras can easily be tagged for quickly locating, accessing, and grouping with the rest of your cameras. Find the Cameras Shared With Me section on the Dashboard. This section is located below the Bridges/Cameras Section of the dashboard.
Click the Gear Icon to enter the Camera Settings tab.
In the Camera Settings Tab, Camera Tags can be added in the Tags section. Add as many Tags as desired and select Save.
Shared Cameras will now show in Common Tag groupings and are now searchable in the Dynamic Search Filter using the associated tags.
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