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Choosing the correct tags for SAP S/4HANA Cloud in the SAP Community
With the migration of the SAP S/4HANA Cloud community to the SAP Community, there have been many changes compared to the previous community platform. This blog will guide you on how to select the correct tags when asking a question in the community (now referred to as a “Topic Page”).
It’s important to choose the correct tag if you want the question to be answered quickly by the right experts/contributors.
First, the principle you need to follow is to use the most specific tag for your question. If you decide to use multiple tags, it is important that you choose the most relevant one to appear first. This is because based on the SAP Community settings, the first tag selected is the tag that will trigger notifications (assuming you have them turned on in your profile settings).
It is strongly recommended that for any line of business specific topics, that you only choose the applicable “LoB tag” and any other applicable tag(s) that pertain to the blog/question (i.e. data migration, etc.).
“You should not apply the general SAP S/4HANA Cloud tag to a blog/question for a topic that has a specific tag available to assign. The SAP S/4HANA Cloud tag should only be used for more generalized cross-topics that do not have a specific tag available.”
For example, if the question is relevant to finance, you should choose the SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Finance tag. Otherwise, if you choose multiple irrelevant tags, it will be more difficult for the right experts to identify and prioritize your questions.
You can learn more about basic tagging principles by watching the following videos.
How to Follow a Tag:
Blogging & How to Use Tags:
The following matrix highlights the primary tags of relevance to the SAP S/4HANA Cloud Topic Page and the different areas in which you may want to access those tags. Please note that all of these tags are focused on SAP S/4HANA Public Cloud. You can find information about the extended edition here, and for queries about the private cloud edition, guidance will be shared in the future.
|Topic||Topic Page||Managed Tag|
|SAP S/4HANA Cloud||Topic Page||Browse Q&A|
|Asset Management||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Asset Management|
|Finance||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Finance|
|Manufacturing||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Manufacturing|
|Professional Services||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Professional Services|
|Research and Development||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Research and Development|
|Human Resources||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Human Resources|
|Sales||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Sales|
|Service||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Service|
|Sourcing and Procurement||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Sourcing and Procurement|
|Supply Chain||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Supply Chain|
|Localization||Topic Page||SAP S/4HANA Cloud Localization|
|Data Migration||SAP S/4HANA Cloud Data Migration|
|Master Data||SAP S/4HANA Cloud Master Data|
|Extensibility||SAP S/4HANA Cloud Extensibility|
Other community topic pages of interest:
|Topic||Topic Page||Managed Tag|
|SAP Activate||Topic Page||Browse Q&A|
|SAP S/4HANA Cloud, extended edition||Topic Page||Browse Q&A|
We highly encourage you to bookmark this page and use it as a reference guide when creating blog posts and/or generating questions in the SAP Community.
If you have any questions regarding the SAP S/4HANA Cloud Topic Page, please reach out to Danielle Beeken or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any technical questions.
If you have any questions that pertain to this blog post, please reach out to any of the following community members.
Andrew Saunders, Owen Liu, Sean Lavelle
Excellent blog! As we embrace change, having tips to help enable our S/4HANA Cloud customers is critical. Thank you Sean Lavelle, Owen Lui and Andrew Saunders for your dedication and support of our customers and the SAP Community.
Thanks for the guidance. Will there be a tag for Data Migration?
Hi Marissa Ren,
A request been submitted to have Data Migration added as well as Master Data Management so hopefully we will see those in the future. If they do become available, we will make sure to update this blog accordingly.
@Sean, Thank you very much.
Good blog, thanks for sharing!