Labels help you identify tags, load rules, and extensions in Tealium iQ for your own organization and filtering. This article will show you how to create, manage, search, and filter by labels, how to use labels as Resource Locks, and why you might want to use labels in the first place.
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A label is a tool in Tealium iQ for uniquely identifying an element such as a tag, load rule, or extension. You specify what the label says and apply it to any element of your choice. You may apply as many labels as you need to a particular element.
Labels are especially useful for identifying large groups of elements that may be mostly similar but have a few important differences. For example, you might have numerous instances of the Floodlight tag for different regions of the world and you need to be able to differentiate them at a glance. In that case, you could apply labels to tags depending on whether they serve the US, the UK, Europe, or Mexico.
Creating a label in your profile requires the Save Existing Versions permission. If you do not have this permission, contact your Account Admin or Tealium Account Manager.
The following sections describe how to create, edit, or delete a label.
Label names can only contain unaccented letters (A–Z), numbers, and the underscore character. If you created a label with accented letters or punctuation marks prior to August 2017, rename the label without those characters before you can save any changes or add any users to it
Resource Locks allow you to restrict access to elements such as variables, load rules, tags, and extensions. Any label can be converted to a Resource Lock, and only the users you specify will be able to change any elements the label has been applied to. Learn more about Resource Locks.
Use the following steps to search Tealium iQ based on labels: