You can rely on these best practices to make things easier to find for yourself and
To help yourself and other people find the content that you create, try the
Put the content in a place where it's likely to be discovered. For example, put it
in a group that's open-access and of interest to your audience to attract the notice
of community members who follow that group. Before you publish new content in a
place, you can see how many people are following the place, and (if it's a group)
how many are members.
Bookmark content so that you and others can find it by browsing bookmarked items.
For more information, see Using bookmarks.
Apply tags to the content or add them in the body of the content by using the #,
which is a hash or pound sign, and following it with the tag phrase, such as
#tagging_this. Tags give other people a way to find things
based on the ways your community thinks about them. You can follow tags in your
streams. For more information about tags, see Using tags and Following tags.
As you collaborate on content, make sure you mark it appropriately. For example, if
someone answers your question, mark the answer as Correct. If a document reaches a
final state, mark it Final or Official. Other people can see these outcomes and use
them to filter results when searching and browsing.
You can make yourself easier to find by adding information to your profile that
other people might be interested in.
You can add your experiences to your
expertise list. For more information about profiles, see Setting up your profile.