Tabs allow you to filter and structure content within your space.


๐Ÿ”’ Permissions

Managing tabs of a space is reserved for administrators of the space or system administrators.


Default tabs

Two default tabs are suggested in every new space:

1. Content feed

This tab displays all the recent activities of the space. It shows:

  1. the latest published contents sorted by publication date

  2. featured contents at the top of the space if there are any

  3. the activity log (latest user's activities such as likes, comments, reshares...)

Content feed


๐Ÿ“ Notes

  • This view is similar to the Activity Homepage

  • Not what you are looking for? Keep scrolling, we have plenty of other tabs to offer


2. All contents

All contents

The "All contents" tab is the second default tab of a space. It lists all the contents available in the space. This tab behaves like the global search but at the space level.


Other types of tabs

Besides the default tabs suggested, you can also create other tabs of different types.

1. Activity

Activity tab

This tab displays the social feed of the space, meaning:

  1. the activity feed of the space with a preview of each content and the related user activity (likes, comments...)

  2. featured contents at the top of the space if there are any

  3. the introduction text

  4. social boxes if you inserted any


๐Ÿ“ Notes

  • When somebody comments on a content, this content will move back up at the top of the activity feed

  • The 'content feed tab' focuses on content while the 'activity tab' focuses on social interactions


2. Smart tab

Smart tab

A smart tab displays contents according to an automatic search rule created by the administrator and based on specific filters:

  • one or more mandatory tags

  • a specific type of template


It is also possible to choose the display mode of these contents (list or grid) as well as the sorting order:

1) Smart tab list view

Smart list

2) Smart tab grid view

Smart grid

3. Link-type tab

Link tab

Any external secured web page (https:// format) can be displayed in full page as a tab.

Examples:

  • an embedded form from an external service (JotForm, Google Form, etc.)

  • a video, a presentation stored in an external service (YouTube, SlideShare, Prezi, etc.)

  • a database


๐Ÿ“ Notes

For YouTube for example, you have to use the URL provided for embedding (integration) (example: https://www.youtube.com/embed/8sY9yL1e7nM). It can generally be found in the share options of this kind of service.


4. Content-type tab

Story tab

It allows the display of any space content in full page.

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