🔵 How to create pages and sections:
A page exists isolated, whereas a section enables subsections.
👉 You can create a page by clicking on the plus sign at the top of the Materials section in the Journey:
👉 You can create a section by clicking on the three vertical dots at the top of the Materials section in the Journey:
Once you've created the section, you need to
👉 Rename the section by clicking on the three vertical dots next to the section title
👉 Add pages to the section by either dragging and dropping created pages beneath the section, or by clicking on the section and then clicking on 'new page'
🔵 How to edit and save your materials
👉 Enter into your page
👉 Click on the pen icon
👉 When you've finished editing, click save (located where the pen icon was_
🔵 How to populate a page
👉 Once you're in editing mode, you can add text by clicking on the page and typing
👉 You can format the text by highlighting it. This allows you, for example, to make the text bold or italicised, or to add a hyperlink
👉 You can also use the green + sign which appears when you click on the page to add files and certain integrations using the dropdown
👉 If you want to use a tool which isn't included in the integration dropdown, you can copy and paste the link into the page.
🔵 How to publish pages and sections:
Pages are hidden by default, so students won't see you working on them. To unhide pages
👉 enter into the page
👉 click on the three vertical dots
👉 select 'hide page'
OR 👉 click on the eye icon next to the page or section title
New sections will be hidden by default, so students won't see you working on them.
🔵 How do delete a page, or find an old version of it:
👉 Click into the page
👉 Click on the three vertical dots
👉 Select 'find a previous version' if you want to return to a previous saved version of that page
👉 Select 'delete' page if you want to permanently delete it
👉To delete a section, you need to click on the three vertical dots next to the title. Note, if you delete a section, you'll also permanently delete all the pages located within it: