by Wisetail Technical Support

As a super admin, you have the ability to create custom Pages. Custom Pages are one of the main content mapping tools available. Would you like a dedicated area of the site for locations? Positions? Departments? If you answered yes to any of these, read on! This brief guide walks you through how to create a custom Page, or edit an existing system Page.

Why create Pages

You’ll find Pages handy if you want to:

  • Organize content
  • Define users in certain locations, by certain titles, by level of radness, etc.
  • Create “themes” within your LMS
  • Create a document repository

From the admin tool, you have access to set up custom Pages. You can also edit your system Pages. From the admin dashboard, select the system tab, followed by the Pages pill. Here you’ll see a list of system and custom Pages.


Create a Custom Page

Simply click ‘Create Page.’ The page will default to an ‘inactive’ state, meaning it isn’t live and discoverable from the learner’s side. With the Page now created, input a title and select Page administrators (need a refresher on Page administrators?). Below this, you will see an area to define the Page audience using the rules engine.


After you’ve created the page you’ll want to build it out with Widgets. Go ahead and review the widgets article to learn some Wisetail Widget Wheezes.

Edit an existing Page

Click on the title of the Page to see the details of that particular Page. Here you can adjust widgets, edit permissions, and Page administrators.

PRO TIP: You can preview Pages as you build them! Just click the blue ‘preview Page’ button in the upper righthand corner.

Pages are an immense tool for the LMS. We highly encourage all clients to use pages to assist a nice delivery of learning content to users. If you need help with page ideas or best practices don’t hesitate to reach out to your CX team!


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