These topics address techniques for advanced users and administrators.
Advanced Content Management
Managing your documents and discussions through permissions and archiving can help ensure effective collaboration.
If you aren't sitting at a computer, you still have options for accessing and interacting with a community.
Advanced Group Management
Group owners have a number of permissions that can help them effectively manage groups and group membership.
Customizing the News Page
Users with Manage Community or Manage News Streams permissions can configure the News page of the community, which features a variety of configurable tiles and subscription streams curated for specific users or groups of users.
Designing Activity Pages for Places
To customize a space, group, or project with a preconfigured set of content options designed for specific collaboration goals, select an Activity page as the landing page and then apply and configure a Place Template.
Using the Bulk Manage Content Feature
Social group owners, space owners, and people with Manage Community permissions can make bulk changes to content items stored in a place, such as applying tags, categories, and outcomes. This can be a quick and easy way to better organize the content in a place so that you and others can find it faster later. Or, you can move or even delete a list of items in one easy action.
If you work in two connected communities, such as a public and private community associated with the same company, you may be able to view or publish content in both places through bridging if your community administrator has set up this feature.
To enable navigation without a mouse, you need to turn on the high-contrast color scheme in your Preferences settings.
Changing Non-Editable Profile Fields
Sometimes profile fields can't be edited because an administrator has locked them down, or because they come from a directory server controlled by your organization.