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Color coded tagging on Corporate Social platform based on directory structure

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000247866D
Publication Date: 2016-Oct-07
Document File: 1 page(s) / 32K

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Abstract

Color coded tagging on Corporate Social platform based on directory structure, so that when any user tags another user it will change the color, so that tagging will be used more efficiently.

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Color coded tagging on Corporate Social platform based on directory structure

Disclosed is a system and method for Color coded tagging on Corporate Social platform based on directory structure.

Currently while working on Corporate Social platforms, anybody can tag any person in Corporate hierarchy. So sometimes few high profile users are tagged in simple posts which may not be relevant.

So our idea is to find the solution to this problem.

Our feature is to color code the tagging process based on Corporate hierarchy. So when the user is tagging or mentioning another user using @UserName command, then based on Corporate directory structure, the color of that tag should change to black, green, yellow, orange, red etc. So that users will understand that they are tagging a person 4 levels up above them and then tags or @UserName mentions can be used more efficiently.

Imagine a following Corporate hierarchy structure.

So when User 1 is tagging say User 2 using @User 2 in the comment, then it shall appear in black color. If User 1 is tagging User H using @UserH in the comment then it should appear in Green color. If User 1 is tagging User D by using @UserD in comment, then it shall appear in Yellow color. If User 1 is tagging User B by using @UserB in comment, then it shall appear in Orange color. If User 1 is tagging User A by using @UserA in comment, then it shall appear in Red color.

The intention is just to simplify the Corporate directory structure level at taggin...