Creating a tag template in Focus helps lay the foundation for what teams will capture, analyse, report on, and feedback to athletes and coaches.
It is often a unique and tailored window to help you capture the moments that matter most to you and your team, best refined over time based off feedback from coaching staff and developing game plans and skill sets.
For help getting started creating your tag window in Focus, please see Setting Up a Tag Template Walkthrough.
Tags or Labels?
One of the biggest questions users face when creating their tag window for the first time is "What should be a tag?", and "What should be a label?".
Again, it is a very unique question that might be different from team to team, and should be experimented based on the outcomes you wish to achieve with your template.
The main difference between the two is based off the clips and data you wish to report on most often to coaches or databases. For example, it will be quicker to create "athletes" as Tags if you are constantly presenting all of an athlete's involvements to them, and have their involvement details be a Label or metadata information attached to them.
If you are consistently reporting on a holistic team level, then perhaps capturing the event information as a Tag such as "kick" might be best, and attach the "athlete" as a Label to that.
For more information on what are tags, labels, images, text boxes, and outputs please see the following articles:
It is best to experiment with small sample sizes of your tagging window on a timeline and test your exporting options (i.e. are you exporting tags to an external database or to visualise in BI tools?), and assess how your video and data pulls through to the presentation section of the software.