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Subject Categories (v1)   Tags: welcomecgad, welcomelgad  

Last Updated: Jan 4, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Why Create Subject Categories?

Subject categories are a great way to organize your guides!

They can also make it easier for your users to find guides.

Your subject categories don't necessarily need to be "subjects" (biology, history, etc.) - they can be used in whatever way is most useful to you and your users!

What's Inside This Guide

  • Creating Subject Categories
    The first step to using subject categories is creating them!
  • Adding to Subject Categories
    Before you can take full advantage of your subject categories, you need to add things to them! Not only can you add guides, but you can also add external resources to your subject categories.
  • Lists of Subjects
    Now that you've got your subject categories & guides set-up, learn how you can create lists of subjects & guides in a variety of different formats!
  • Subject Page Redirect
    If there's only one guide in a subject category, why make your users make extra clicks? Learn how to set up an automatic redirect.
  • Subject Experts
    Learn how you can tie specific people to specific subject categories - this is another way to help your users get in touch with the right people!

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