Definitions for "Classify"
To distribute into classes; to arrange according to a system; to arrange in sets according to some method founded on common properties or characters.
arrange into groups or classes
arrange or organize by classes; order according to class
Classification is a method of assigning retention/disposition rules to records. Similar to the Declare function, this can be a completely manual process or process-driven, depending on the particular implementation. As a minimum, the user can be presented with a list of allowable file codes from a drop-down list (manual classification). Ideally, the desktop process/application can automate classification by triggering a file code selection from a property or characteristic of the process/application.
declare unavailable, as for security reasons; "Classify these documents"
assign to a class or kind; "How should algae be classified?"; "People argue about how to relegate certain mushrooms"
To separate into groups having systematic relations.
This is the action of adding keywords to a photograph. Simply put, you are telling Dintwise what the photo is about, so it can easily find it again in the future for you when, for example, you want to find all the photos of the "grandkids" or "blue butterflies". Once you've typed a keyword once, you can use it again on other photos just by clicking on it. You can even apply whole groups of keywords to one or more photos in a single operation.
Keywords:  taxon, place, system
To place a taxon in a classification system.
Keywords:  innovation, matrix, outline, stem, dot
dot-matrix innovation outline stem
Understand fund raising and grant-making as function of the donor/beneficiary relationship and to apply theoretical principles to the act of fund raising.
Keywords:  reproduce, label
label reproduce
the process of evaluating a position using all relevant factors.