In a project, use labels to organize files and communicate information to project users. You can create these types of label categories:
Single-valued — You can attach only one label from the category to a file.
Multi-valued — You can attach multiple labels from the category to a file.
The Labels tree has built-in labels in the single-valued Classification category:
You cannot rename or delete Artifact, Convenience, Derived, Design, None, Test, and Other.
You cannot annotate built-in labels.
To create a label category:
In a project, right-click the Labels pane. Then select Create New Category.
In the Create Category dialog box, enter a name for the new category.
If you require a single-valued label category, select the Single Valued check box. The default is multi-valued.
If you want to specify a data type for the label other than
String, from the Type list, select
To create a label in a category:
In the Labels pane, right-click the label category and select Create New Label.
In the Create Label dialog box, enter a name for the new label and click OK.
To rename or delete a category or label, right-click it and select Rename or Remove.
To create new labels at the command line, see Automate Project Tasks Using Scripts.