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After entering values for any parameters defined in the template, you can add optional tags to your stack.
Tags are arbitrary key/value pairs that can be used to identify your stack for purposes such as cost allocation. For more information about what tags are and how they can be used, see Tagging Your Resources in the Amazon EC2 User Guide.
To add tags to your stack
On the Add Tags screen of the Create Stack wizard, set the Key and Value for the first tag you want to add to your stack.
Tag keys can consist of any alphanumeric characters, but must not contain any spaces. You can choose tag keys up to 127 characters long.
Tag values can consist of any alphanumeric characters or spaces. Tag values can be up to 255 characters long.
To add additional tags to your stack, click Add Another Tag, which provides another set of key/value boxes to enter additional tag information. You can add up to ten tags to your stack.
When you have entered all of the tags you want associated with your stack, click Continue to proceed with reviewing your stack.