We've just rolled out another major feature to make your research lives easier. You can now create global tag boards that can be imported into any project.

A central place to manage your tags

Create global tag board for your workspace
Create global tag board for your workspace

You can now create global tag boards by going to workspace > Tags. Here you can create and manage tag boards that can be imported in any workspace project.

Import the global board into any research project.
Import the global board into any research project.

Board, tag groups and tags are always in sync

We know how important consistency is when it comes to tagging user research. So, as you create or modify tags on the global board, the local project boards will automatically be updated to keep them in sync and consistent.

Note
Since global tags can effect multiple projects at a time. Only admins and owners of the workspace can edit/create global tag boards.

Save existing tag board as global

You might be wondering, what if I already have a project with all my tags set up which I want to use in other projects? Fear not, you can save local tag boards as global as well!

Save existing tag boards as global boards.
Save existing tag boards as global boards.

Deleting global boards or tags

Something to keep in mind about deleting global boards or tags - since global tag boards can be imported in multiple projects, deleting the global tag or board does not delete them from the projects where they are used.

Confirmation popup when you attempt to delete the global tag boards.\
When you try and delete a global tag board, UserBit lets you know what projects this board is being used in.

Instead, when a global board or tag is deleted, they are unlinked from the respective local tags. Imported boards/groups/tags are converted to local instances and can be managed (modified/deleted) on the project level.

The global tag boards give your research another level of organization and structure. It is specially effective in staying consistent as the number of research projects that you work on grows.

Well, what are you waiting for? Start using global UX tags today!