Steam users can now use the Tagging feature to tag titles on the service, Valve has announced. Tagging can be used to attribute genres, themes, or any other term or phrase to a product on the service. The most popular tags on any given product “will be surfaced on said product’s Steam page,” and allow users to easily find other products associated with that same tag. Valve said the Tagging feature was designed to “provide more ways to discover interesting content on Steam.” User-defined Tagging is available in beta form immediately and is accessible to all Steam users.
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Valve has updated its tagging beta to try and cut back on the number of inappropriate tags being applied to all kinds of games.