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How are new topics or articles created?

There are two ways to start creating topics or articles in Tribal Habits.
Written by David King
Updated 1 month ago

There are two ways to start creating topics or articles in Tribal Habits.

  • Admins can set-up a new topic or article in the Admin area. Topics or articles initiated by admins are set to 'Public' status which means they can be enabled for enrolment through-out the organisation. Admins can then assign creators to the topic. You can learn more about the Admin process for new topics and articles here.
  • Staff (users with their Type set as 'Staff') can set-up new topics or articles of their own, if 'Staff can create topics' and 'Staff can create articles' are enabled by Admins for that organisation. Topics and articles initiated by staff are set to 'Private' status which means they cannot be enabled enrolment and are generally for use on an invite-only basis. You can learn more about the Staff process for new topics and articles here.

Note that creating topics requires a Creator subscription. All organisations can create articles regardless of their subscription.

How can Admins manage 'Staff can create topics' and 'Staff can create articles'?

By default, all Tribal Habits portals allow staff to create topics and articles. This allows motivated individuals with valuable expertise, to immediately start capturing their knowledge for your organisation. 

  • Only Staff can see the 'Create training' option. Client and Prospect users never see that option.

Admins can, however, disable either the 'Staff can create topics' and/or 'Staff can create articles' options in the Accounts page in Admin. Once disabled, the only way to set-up a new topic or article will be via an Admin.

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