We are in the process of determining our knowledge management approach.
We are using tagging extensively on content (content=pages and attachments). Principly, because we can establish many-to-many relationships between content easily. In somecases an item may have 10 tags even more. We do this to drive dynamic page content through "Content By Label" macros and to remove content redundancy.
If we have hundreds (or even several thousands) of pages in a space and each page is tagged 10 or even 20 times, how will the system perform?
Does anyone have any experince of when use of tagging starts to degrade or how one might avoid perfomance degradation?
What did the developers intend to be the limits of tagging usage when the product was designed?
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