Classifications in your LifeDesk will include your biological classifications, but also other vocabularies containing terms that you may want to use as tags on content and/or names. For example, you can tag your taxa with geographical, life history, morphological, or conservation information.
With permissions to 'administer taxonomy' navigate to "Administration > Content management: Tags, Flags, Ranks & Classifications".
On the 'Tags, Flags, Ranks & Classifications' page you will see a list of vocabularies (or classifications) one of which will be your site's primary biological classification. Note from the columns header that the 'Type' for your primary biological classification is 'Biological classification'. If you create any alternative biological classifications, as working classifications, for testing or discussion, those should also be listed as 'Biological classification'. Other options for types are 'Biological flag' (for tagging taxa with special characteristics), or 'Other' for free-form tagging of content.
The 'Content types' column indicates the content types a vocabulary is associated with, e.g. whether you can tag an image or a taxon page with terms from that vocabulary. Note that biological flags are not associated with content types because they are attached directly to taxa in the primary classification. Also, you cannot associate content with names in alternative biological classifications. These classifications are intended to help you build a consensus classification and can only be viewed and modified in the classification editing interface.
The final column 'Operations' provides hyperlinks to actions that you can perform on a vocabulary.