Cool to Come on Sunimi – Tagging

Sumimi’s primary mission is to help you safely share personal video with family and friends. But, we also have so many public Sunimi channels that you can view on your Roku. So many, in fact, that they may be hard to find. So, to help, we’ve added tagging. You can add up to 10 tags to the channels you create. Sunimi makes channels searchable by those tags. We actually remove common words and use stemming, but who cares!

Here’s how you can make your Sunimi channel easier to find with tags: First, make the channel/source a tag, such as “PBS” or “ZDF”; second, use a couple of broad tags for the appropriate category, such as “comedy”, “tech”, “news”, “fitness”, and last, pick keywords from your title, description, or other that more distinctly identify your feed. Oh, if your channel is not in English, please add the language as a tag. Makes it easier to find stuff for our language students :-) .

Can you imagine finding new Sunimi channels on Roku? Well, imagine being able to search by keyword. To make custom categories by keyword. Then seeing these on Roku …

Fred Lindberg, Sunimi

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