Global Outdoors is committed to only showing you the content and experiences you want to see. We know not every hunter is interested in fishing. We know not every hiker is interested in hunting. Therefore, we have created a unique tagging system to help you keep your experience with Global Outdoors as broad or as specific as you'd like it to be.
Please note, an account that has elected to include zero tags on an account will show all content without tag moderation.
Tags on Global Outdoors are arranged in two levels: Badge Tags and Specific Tags.
Upon creating an account, you will be prompted to choose the tags that best represent your outdoor interests. Top-level tags, Badge Tags, represent the broadest of these categories. Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, etc. are Badge Tags. If you wish to update your tags, simply click on your user name (web version) or the profile button (app version) and click "Add/Remove Tags."
Badge Tags are represented graphically and can be adjusted simply by clicking or tapping on them.
If you really want to get the most out of Global Outdoors, then you will want to include as many specific tags as you can! Specific tags cover things like species (yellow-tail fishing, for example), terrain, equipment, etc. The more tags you include the better our system can ensure that we find the right experience for you! To include tags, simply click on your user name (web version) or the profile button (app version) and click "Add/Remove Tags." Under the Badge Tags, you will see a box in which you can enter the tags you want. Tags that are already in the Global Outdoors database will show up in blue. Tags that are not will show up orange. If the tag isn't already in our database, that's okay! By including it you are helping make our service even better.