Now that you have an idea of what libraries are and how they're used, we'll explain how to set them up.
In this article, you'll learn how to:
1 Create a library
To use one of the job description libraries like Working Conditions or Experience, you'll need to create one. We recommend creating just one library of each type to simplify viewing and managing.
- Click Libraries in the main menu.
- Click the 3-dot icon on the top right of the page and select Manage Libraries.
- Click the Create button. Select the type of library you want to create.
- Enter a library name. We recommend one per type, so you can enter the type name.
- Click Save and return to the Libraries page where you'll see your new library. You can't open it until you add groups, which we'll show you how to do in Step 2.
2 Create groups to organize content
- Point to the new library and click the gear icon .
- Click the Create button and select Group.
- Leave (Create as top level group) selected and click Next.
- Enter a group name and click Create.
Repeat these steps again to create a sub-group, but instead of making it a top-level group, select the first group you created as its parent. We recommend using sub-groups as well as groups to keep your job description libraries organized.
3 Add items to groups
Now that you have the containers set up (libraries, groups, and sub-groups), you can start adding items.
- Click the library you created to open it.
- Click the Create button and select the item name of the library you're in.
- Select a group to place it in and click Next.
- Type or paste a list of items in the textbox and click Create.
Pressing the Enter key on your keyboard creates a new line that's treated as a separate item. In the same way, when you paste in a list, each bullet in the list is treated as a separate item. This means you can copy content from other formats like Microsoft Word and paste them here to create those items all at once.
Check the "individual lines" count below the text box to make sure that the correct number of items are being created.