Creating groups allows you to define different sets of content in your app. Modus Communicate automatically provides you with a Default group when you begin managing your app. You may build your entire app within the Default group, or you may organize this same content in a different way by creating multiple groups.
To create a group, Click on the Manage Content tab: then click on the Add Group button in the upper-right corner.
then click on the Add Group button at the top of the page. Users may also import their group content structure by tapping on the "Import" button. Media Manager accepts .xls, .xlxs, and .cvs file formats:
Name your group and make sure the toggle is on for activation. On this page, users an also add an administrator to receive a notification that an agenda has been shared from the app by a user. Group names can also be localized for translation purposes by adding the localization in "Localized Names":
Tap "Save" when you are done. You will be redirected to the group home page and you will see your newly created group. Users can now create their category structure within the group:
Copying allows you to duplicate one group in order to reorganize the same content in a new group. For example, if you want to create separate groups for different regions, simply clone the Default group, and make a corresponding group for each region that may then be reorganized to regional needs.
To copy a group, navigate to the Groups page under Manage content; go to the group you would like to copy and click on the corresponding copy icon (see below).
You will then be prompted to choose the associations to be copied. You can choose to clone the associations to themes, the associations to categories, and/or associations to media (which automatically copies categories).
When you are done, tap copy:
To edit your new group, click on the Gear icon. From here you will be able to edit the name, associated languages, etc., and make specific modifications and additions.
Downloading your Group Folder Structure
Users can download a report of their group folder structure by tapping on the "Download" button:
Groups can be deleted entirely from Media Manager by tapping on the trashcan button. Please note that all media residing within a group will be unassociated to a group and will reside in the Media Library in Media Manager: