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gray-crayon-34592

08/16/2023, 10:33 AM
In order to 1) better organize and prioritize experiments and 2) draw a coherent thread from research themes to actionable experiments, we would like to categorize experiments with predefined/standard reasons why we run experiments and where did the idea come from. We have submitted this ticket with a proposal and more information: https://github.com/growthbook/growthbook/issues/1584
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white-fireman-22476

08/16/2023, 11:15 AM
Hi Xavier. Thanks for submitting the ticket. It looks like a great idea.
You can do this yourself now by tagging experiments.
You can go to /settings/tags to add whatever you want and give the tag a color based upon it's parent master lever.
Would your idea be then that there are a set of common tags from the lever framework or elsewhere that people could import and use so that they don't have to make it themselves? Or are tags not the right data structure that you were thinking of.
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gray-crayon-34592

08/17/2023, 8:12 AM
As you mention, I don't think the classification should work with tags, I was thinking more of a specific drop-down for this purpose. Of course we can accomplish this with tags too but a lot of things can be done with tags that the feature is getting a bit overcrowded. A possible solution for this (and other use cases) would be the ability to create custom fields with predefined values that only administrators can set. Then we would be able to create custom fields for this and other stuff we want to categorize experiments into.
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white-fireman-22476

08/17/2023, 10:40 AM
Got it. Thanks for explaining.
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