You’re adding Tag 1, Tag 2 (requires Tag 1), and Tag 3 (requires Tag 2), and are expecting Tag 4 (requires Tag 3) to appear?
I wonder if it’s possible we can restrict this from happening (checking if a tag has a parent before allowing it to be a parent?), because I suspect this isn’t infinitely scalable… Tags were designed with only one parent level in mind.
Because it works very well for a classified category…
Select tag ‘for-sale’ (other options are ‘wanted’, ‘trade’) > which gives you more options to select what you’re selling, in our case camera body, camera lens, tripod, etc. > from there let’s say you select camera lens, then you have the option to select the lens brand, if it’s say a Nikon lens then that’s where it ends, but you can also select ‘third party lens’ which has tags that apply to multiple lens brands like sigma, tokina, etc.
Correct. I suppose I can work around this, but yes if it doesn’t work beyond three levels then there should be a way to not allow this to happen.
Sorry, my first tag is not a parent, so yes it seems to be limited to two levels. Some way of preventing more than two levels would be great for new users, now I have to redo a ton of tags in a new way because I had no way of knowing and was excited about the possibility of these levels of granularity. Thanks!