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An i-bubbletag, prefaced by the connected bubble sign or ⚮, is a metadata tag used on social networks such as linked-in feeds, Twitter and other microblogging services, but diverting only to bubblepress platform for trusting and security reasons. It lets users apply dynamic user-generated tagging that helps other users easily find processes or steps with a specific multilingual theme or mutual trusted, mutual relevant steps for inclusion, consent or validation and the trusted access to third user selected and approved parties. The i-bubbletag providers, registered and completing the form on ibubblepedia with the proof of certification of the good clinical practice in research Module 3.2, enables the cross-service providing and cross referencing on the process and sequence sharing.

( are widely used on microblogging and photo-sharing services)

→ Picture : Patrick Schur, the inventor of the i-bubbletag

For example, a search on bubblepress for the i-bubbletag ⚮covidcode returns and suggests all posts that have been tagged with this i-bubbletag. After the initial ⚮ i-bubbletag symbol, an i-bubbletag may include the subject and i-bubble provider, the letters, digits and underscores.

The use of i-bubbletags was first proposed by Patrick Schur in a 2020 post on linked-in, that, although initially ignored by anyone,


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