Organize government contracts efficiently and conveniently by using labels

When you are looking in TenderWolf for government contracts to discuss at the next meeting, you obviously want to find the right information as quickly and efficiently as possible. That's why it's important to properly file and organize your government contracts. But how best to do that?

Organizing in folders or binders is corny and inefficient

A traditional way to organize your government contracts is to put them in folders. But this system has many drawbacks. For example, you can only put a government contract in one folder, while it may have several features you want to remember. Also, you can quickly lose track if you have many folders with different names and levels. Moreover, it is difficult to share your folders with others or synchronize them with different devices.

Organizing with labels is flexible and efficient

Fortunately, there is a better way to classify and organize your government contracts: using labels. Labels are words or phrases you can add to a government contract to describe or categorize it. You can use as many labels as you want, and you can also group them into a label group. For example, you can create a label group for sector, region, deadline, status, priority, contact person, and so on. You can then easily filter, sort and search your government orders based on the labels you've added.

How do you add labels, and how do you organize the labels?

In TenderWolf, you can add a label in two ways: directly at the bottom of a government contract's summary page, or at the top right of a tender's detail page. As soon as you type a few letters, already created labels are suggested. Or you enter a new label, and click return/enter. Now the label is created, and is shown at the top whenever it appears in the search results. From now on you can also filter on the label at any time.

You can organize the labels themselves into groups. To do that, click on your name at the top right, and click on "Labels" on the left. Here you can add Label Groups, can give them a name and a color. You can move labels from one label group to another. You are completely free to define your own workflow that best suits your way of working.

Labels are superior to folders

Using labels has many advantages over filing in folders. First, you can give a government contract multiple labels so you can view it from different perspectives. Second, you can easily modify, add or remove your labels without having to move or copy your government assignments. Third, you can easily share your labels with others, so you can work together on the same government contracts. Fourth, you can sync your labels across devices, so you can always access your government assignments wherever you are.

In short, using labels to file and organize your government contracts is a smart and modern way to simplify and improve your work. With labels, you can find and track the right government contracts faster, more efficiently and more accurately. That's why the system of labels is so superior to corny filing in folders.

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