When you import an asset into Dash, our Intelligent Tagging automatically detects objects, faces, text and embedded location data and adds this information to the asset's attributes, making the asset instantly searchable by any user, without the need for manual tagging and organisation.

You can control how many tags are added to each asset. Doing this is a balance between a) fewer, more accurate tags or b) more, less accurate tags. You can control this independently for each of the following auto-tags:

  • Object tagging in images

  • Facial recognition in images

  • Object tagging in videos

  • Facial recognition in images

Setting the auto-tagging accuracy

You can control this setting from "Admin > Intelligence", and locating the "Accuracy" slider within each section.

Here are some examples of the same asset being tagged at different accuracy settings:

Accuracy set to ~90% (few tags, very accurate)

Accuracy set to ~50%

Accuracy set to ~10% (more tags, less accurate)

Applying accuracy changes to existing assets

Any changes you make to the accuracy slide for any attribute will only apply to assets uploaded from that point onwards. If you would like existing assets to be re-scanned at the new accuracy setting, we can do this for you (for a small fee), just get in touch and we'll be happy to help.

Controlling what tags are added

Currently iIt isn't possible to control the specific tags that are added or not added. If there is something specific you would love Dash to be able to do, please let us know so we can take this into consideration.

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