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Once you have created your initial taxonomy and trained out most of your labels, you may find that you want to re-organise your taxonomy’s structure.

 

If as recommended, you initially built a relatively flat structure for your taxonomy, this is now an opportunity to group labels under sensible root labels and create a structure that works for you. 


You can do this using the Edit label modal in the Explore page, accessed by the icon next to the label name in the label filter bar.


Remember, all labels under a root label should be a sub-category of that root label.

 

You should also look for duplicates or redundant labels in the taxonomy where there’s significant overlap between label concepts.

 

Merge together or delete duplicate redundant labels.

 


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