Difference between revisions of "Folksonomy Tagging"

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*[http://musicbrainz.org/tag/gothic%20rock gothic rock]
 
*[http://musicbrainz.org/tag/gothic%20rock gothic rock]
 
*[http://musicbrainz.org/tag/progressive%20gothic%20rock progressive gothic rock]
 
*[http://musicbrainz.org/tag/progressive%20gothic%20rock progressive gothic rock]
Keep in mind not every genre is yet in the allowed genre list - but you can still use any as tags, and propose the genre for inclusion. See [[Genre]] for more info.
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Keep in mind not every genre is yet in the allowed [[mb:genres|genre list]] - but you can still use any as tags, and propose the genre for inclusion. See [[Genre]] for more info.
  
 
'''Nationalities'''
 
'''Nationalities'''

Latest revision as of 13:37, 16 August 2020

You can add folksonomy tags to any entity in MusicBrainz except URLs. They are comma-separated, so they may consist of several words. You can use any Unicode character (except for commas) as part of your tags, but any letters will be lowercased automatically.

There's no limit to what you can use tags for. For example:

Genres

Keep in mind not every genre is yet in the allowed genre list - but you can still use any as tags, and propose the genre for inclusion. See Genre for more info.

Nationalities

Professions

Combinations of the above

Trivia

Pleas for help

Personal opinions