Published May 12, 2015
UBCMS authors should be advised that tagged lists will no longer function exactly the same as they did in CQ 5.4.
In version 5.4, tagged lists were very specific -- you got only the content that exactly matched the tag(s) you specified in the list parameters.
With the 5.5 upgrade, if any of the specified tags in a tagged list has child tags, you will now also pull in any content tagged with any of those child tags (even if the content is not tagged with the specified tag itself).
Here is an example:
You have tagged content as ‘School of Forestry’ because you wish it to appear on that School's home page.
In your tags, ‘School of Forestry’ is also used as the convenient parent of a series of sub-tags: ‘News’ and ‘People’.
In version 5.5, if you have a list of ‘School of Forestry’ content on your home page, it will now also include anything tagged as ‘News’ and ‘People’, even if those items are NOT tagged with the main ‘School of Forestry' tag. And if ‘People’ has its own sub-tags, perhaps ‘Faculty’ and ‘Staff’, any content tagged with those tags will be pulled in as well.
School of Forestry / [stop using this as a tag]
“home page” [new tag created to use instead of School of Forestry—choose a name that is logical and clear]
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