Contextual Content makes it possible to show users solely the content that is of interest to them. You might have content that’s only useful for a specific country, office or job profile. It’s possible to add Contextual Tags to Editors (users with the editor role) as well.

How does it work? You can create a global course for example and create a tag per story or chapter. Whether an Editor will see this Story or Chapter, depends on the tags that are added to his or her profile. 

By default editors will see all the stories and chapters that they are assigned to. If you want to restrict the chapters that an Editor can see and edit, you will have to change a few settings. 

Step 1. Click on 'Courses' in the menu on the left side of the screen.

Step 2. Next, click on the gear-icon in the top right corner of the desired course.

Step 3. Click on 'Tags'.

Step 4. Click on the square next to "Restrict tags for Editors" to enable the tags for Editors.

Adding the tags to the Editors

New Users

Follow the exact same steps to invite users through Single Invite or CSV Invite. There is an extra page added to every invitation option (see image below). 

  • At Single Invite this only applies to that specific user. 
  • At CSV Invite this will affect all users in the CSV file.

Existing Users

Step 1. Click on User Management in the menu on the left.

Step 2. Search for the user in the search bar and click on his/her name to open the profile.

Step 3. Click on the tag-icon next to a course in a user's profile.

Step 4. Click on the tag that you want to add to this user. You can only add tags that you have created earlier at course-level.

Example

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Awesome! You now know how to add Contextual Tags to Editors!

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