The sentence is grammatically incorrect. In addition, there are several non-grammar-related edits that you should consider.
Differently from other works,
This sounds awkward. You should move the adverb closer to the verb "consider".
You could change "differently from other works" to "unlike other works", but don't put it in the front of the sentence. If you write "Unlike other works" in front, then it would be a dangling modifier, in which "they" would mean a work "unlike other works".
What "other works"? This phrase is vague.
Who are "they"?
Why would "they" consider?
If this is an excerpt from a paragraph, then the paragraph should answer these questions. Alternatively, it is better and clearer to include a noun instead of a pronoun.
both / such as
You can use either. Do not use both words at the same time. It unnecessarily makes your sentence more complex.
titles, descriptions and tags
I must have serial commas in my sentences, but that is your choice. Titles, descriptions, and tags.
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The revised sentence would be:
[They] consider, differently from
other works, all information usually
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