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    Is there an easily managed way we can assign a specific taxonomy term to a specific instance of a view?
    We're using the callouts module for Drupal, and it works great for nodes/pages we have in our site. But we have a handful of Views that are displaying as a page, but we cannot assign a specific taxonomy term to a specific instance of that view.

    The view itself is pulling in lists of nodes based off of a taxonomy argument:
    On the bottom left, we have some callouts, but they're shown randomly because we canít assign a term to that page to show specific callouts.
    So, how can we tie a term to that specific page?
    There's 7-8 of these pages, and they all use the same View, but just passing different data through the argument.

    Without changing the view output (for example, from a page to a block), how can this be accomplished?

    We tried adding the taxonomy term into the URL, but as expected, it doesnt work right since the relationship is assumedly in the database, not the URL.
    And pushing the taxonomy term / term ID into the URL would be a less preferred method since the client would likely not be able to manage it.

    Is there an easy way to associate a taxonomy term to a View page similar to the method of assigning a taxonomy term during a page/node creation?


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