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    Can I add custom field to tag automatically

    When new ad is posted - is there some simple solution to add custom field values to tags (automatically)?
    Users in most cases don't enter SEO friendly tags, but words from custom fields are in most cases important keywords. For example, it would be very useful to have City or Car Type in tag.
    I noticed that search engines like words in TAGs. And this is much better URL: (I don't have this tag, just an example)
    Search URL is not so good for seo:

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