Here, connect the object whose tags you want the node to output.
Usually, all tags that belong to the object are checked, starting with the first tag. However, this value enables tags to be skipped. For example, if First tag is set to 0, the search begins with the first tag and all tags are checked. However, if First tag is set to 1, the first tag will be skipped and the search will begin with the second tag.
Here you can specify the maximum number of tags that the node will output. For example, a value of 3 means that the node will output the first three tags only that match the search criteria. If the port receives the value 0, the node will output all tags that match the search criteria.
The On input port takes a Boole value that enables (True) or disables (False) the node. The node is enabled automatically if you do not add this port.
Outputs the tags found.
Outputs the total number of tags found. This value depends not only on the search criteria but also on the value of the Maximum Tags port. (The Maximum Tags value can limit the number of tags the node outputs, even if the object has further tags of the desired type).