Managing templates and uploaded images

Last modified: August 11, 2020
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As a site administrator you can manage templates created by other users and single images that have been uploaded. The templates / images must be made by users belonging to the same site as the site administrator.

The following actions for a template and a single image can be managed by a site administrator:

  • Delete a template / image
  • Change who should be able to see and use the template / image
  • Change keywords for the template / image
  • Change the folder in which the template / image is saved

To see all templates that your users have created and made available to other users click Exercises, click the Filter button templates, and then click Shared.

If you know the name of the template, type the name in the Free text search field.
If you are looking for templates created by a particular user, you can search by the user’s name in the Free text search field at the top left.

Template Settings

Templates that have not been shared will not be visible when you search as above. As a site administrator, you can still see these templates by changing a Setting on the Exercises page (see images above).

In the window settings, under the heading Administrative options, select the Show all hidden exercises box (see image below).

Deleting a template

You can delete a template that another user has made by clicking on the template’s menu icon Menu Button and selecting Delete (see image below).

Editing template properties

To edit visibilitykeywords and / or in which folder the template is to be saved, click on the template’s menu icon Menu Buttonand select Edit (see image below).

Edit Template

Administering single exercises

All users can upload their own images.  As a site administrator, you can edit all properties for single exercises as for templates and the procedure is exactly the same as described above for templates.

To find uploaded individual exercises, on the Exercises page, click on the filter buttons: Pictures and then Shared.

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