Paradox (jmwii) wrote in suggestions,

The Relationship of Tags to Memories and Vice Versa.

The Relationship of Tags to Memories and Vice Versa.

Short, concise description of the idea
I think it would be beneficial to LiveJournal users to have a way of accessing their memories through their tags according to individual entries.

Full description of the idea
Using a heart graphic or perhaps and ascii image/code, I think it would be beneficial to LiveJournal users to have a "marking" next to their tags that also correspond with their memory "tags."

For example. In my memories "area," I have one entry that I can file under: family, friends, memorable moments.

On the actual entry I have tagged: memorable moments, friends, family, pics, my cats, the lake.

In the entry's tag list, memory tags could be appropriately identified with a heart as follows: memorable moments <3, friends <3, family <3, pics, my cats, the lake.

This way the reader of an entry can identify through this depiction what aspects of the author's entry was most memorable to them and then understand why that entry has been included into the author's memories.

The reason I suggest this is because earlier this month in LiveJournal news there was mention of implementation of tags with/into memories. I wasn't quite sure how this would happen, but thought that I would contribute an idea if one had not already been mustered up.

An ordered list of benefits
  • More means for organization.

  • Easier access to like entries through the memories OR tags features offered.

An ordered list of problems/issues involved
  • Not sure.

An organized list, or a few short paragraphs detailing suggestions for implementation
  • A page showing the relationships of tags and memories possibly would need to be considered.
  • Some sort of programmable relationship between tags and corresponding or like "memory tags."
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