Document Tagger Add-in APP file can be downloaded
here and then uploaded to the Add-in/App Catalog of the
SharePoint farm or tenancy where you want to use Document
Tagger. It will then be available for all sites in the
The recommended way to test Document Tagger is to
create a new site collection for testing. Then, once the
testing is completed, you can start over by installing
Document Tagger in the production site collection.
However, if you want to use the test installation, you can
just register Document Tagger and continue using
the same installation.
When the Document Tagger APP file has been uploaded
to the Add-in/App Catalog, add an app, select ???Apps You
Can Add??? and choose 'Document Tagger Add-in'.
If you want to install from SharePoint Store, select 'SharePoint
When Document Tagger has been installed on a site,
click on the "Document Tagger" link in the Site settings.
A "Get started" page will open, where you can either load
an example library with files if you don't want to use your
own files. Then you can start testing Document Tagger!
For details about the installation and configuration, refer
to the Manuals.
Standard SharePoint permissions are used for Document
The person who uploads and activates Document
Tagger for the site collection must have Full Control
over the site collection.
The Document Tagger site administrator must
have Full Control over the site where Document Tagger
Document Tagger users must have at least
Contribute permission over the libraries where they
should use Document Tagger.
Download a .zip-file
It might me necessary to allow pop-ups
in your browser for the download to work.
When you extract this file you will have an .app-file, which
is the file you should use.
Yes, I want to download Document Tagger SharePoint Add-in
as a .zip file, which I will extract manually