Enterprise Vault Discovery.cloud User Guide
- About Enterprise Vault Discovery.cloud
- Getting started with Discovery.cloud
- Discovery.cloud roles
- Matter management
- Reviewing and working with emails in eDiscovery
- Email export
- Collaborative reports
- Discovery.cloud alerts
- Email Continuity
- Methods for searching matters and accounts
- Boolean operator searches
- Methods for searching tables and reports
- Discovery.cloud Frequently Asked Questions
- Best practices, limitations, and known issues
- Discovery.cloud updates in previous releases
Applying tags to emails
To help organize your work you can tag emails with custom tags of your own choosing, which are visible only to you. You can also tag emails with a managed tag, if you have any of these available to you. Managed tags are created in the Enterprise Vault.cloud Administration Console, under the My Config > Managed Tags node. For more information on managed tags, see the Archive Administration Help.
The Veritas Information Classifier assigns classification tags to emails that match an enabled classification policy. You cannot add classification tags manually.
To apply tags to emails
- Browse the archives of accounts that are assigned to you, or conduct a search, or view the Review Mails for a matter that is assigned to you.
- If required, select the check box for one or more emails, or select a message to view the message in the Discovery.cloud preview pane.
- Click the tag icon, and select an option to specify which emails to tag.
- Enter a tag name and description for the custom tag. Alternatively you can select a retention tag, if any are available to you.
Retention tags are the managed tags that are created in Archive Administration, under the My Config > Managed Tags node.
If you entered a custom tag name and you want to place the tagged emails on legal hold, select the Legal Hold check box
- Click OK.
In the E-Discovery tab, any custom tags you create are listed in the Tags node of the selected matter.
The Tags node does not show classification tags.