We have a situation where we have scripts that generate labels and other scripts that find and process pages based on those labels.
This works fine.
The problem is that we end up with a lot of labels (for internal use ) messing up the page for the user.
And worse, if the user decides to clean up his page and delete some of these "meaningless" labels, the scripts won't work.
Any ideas of how we can hide specific labels while still allowing the user to create and delete his own?
This can't stop users from deleting the labels, but what if all your internal labels were prefixed with an underscore. You could then educate your users thatny label in this format is an internal label and not to be touched.
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