Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding page types, part of Learning Jive Administration.
- With Jive, you have to ability to customize…your user experience in several important places,…and this is true whether you're using Jive-n, as we are,…or if you're creating a Jive-x site.…Customizable pages include:…The homepage for your entire community…and landing pages that you've created…for the spaces and social groups…and projects you created,…as well as all custom pages.…There are two different page technologies…that are available for use and customization.…
The first technology is called tiles.…All activity pages are tile-based.…This is a newer technology.…It's mobile enabled, and it supports streamed content…from places like Facebook.…The older technology is widgets,…and overview pages are widgets-based.…If you're primarily creating pages for desktop users,…then you would create them using widgets.…Note then that when you created a space,…you had a choice of creating an overview page,…or an activity page, or both.…
And if you chose both, either could then be the page…that you chose as the landing page…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Setting up spaces and groups
- Creating users
- Working with permissions
- Resetting user passwords and avatars
- Creating activity pages and blogs
- Assigning content moderators
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up the Community and Spaces
2. Working with Permissions
3. Managing User Settings
Banning a user1m 52s
4. Customizing and Managing Spaces
5. Configuring Content Moderation
What's next?1m 4s
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