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Is it possible with SharePoint 2010 Server to have a "Related Content" section on pages, where it automatically pulls in links to other pages that have content tagged together? Is this built-in or an add-on?

So let's say a page is created that has information about "recipes", another page uses the same tag "recipes", and we can have a "Related Content" web part that displays a certain number of links to other pages that have the same tag(s).


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I recently played around with this product for a project I was working on, but it's part of a bigger suite which had components the customer didn't need:

May be worth evaluating.

At the same time I came across this blog post on how to accomplish this OOB (it more or less met the customer's requirements):

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Loving that second link – tarjeieo Aug 2 '11 at 13:46
Very nice. Thank you, Rob, especially for the second link. Looked all over and didn't see that. We'd like to go with built-in and free solutions first. – Alex C Aug 2 '11 at 13:51
Yep...good stuff...stumbled across that one looking for something else. – Rob D'Oria Aug 2 '11 at 13:51

Although Rob D'Oria provides a very good solution, please consider the use of sharepoint search, and especially federated search too. You can enrich your related content cross-site collection content, content from other systems that is indexed or even content from the internet, like google, wikipedia, bing, twitter, you name it!

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Thanks, Bas. We're implementing SharePoint enterprise search and will of course have that feature available to the users. – Alex C Aug 3 '11 at 6:34

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