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Publishing with Multiple Assignment

The Multiple Assignment enables the publisher to select secondary places, represented as folders, and to categorize the information(fact) during the publishing process. Thus you create easily and quickly a well structured information through a user-friendly interface. When publishing a fact the user can select from a predefined set of categories, displayed as a drop down. This way the published fact will have shortcuts in each one of the folders, the user has selected as categories. Afterwards this can be used to filter the content in differernt categories.


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Please, note: the Multiple Assignment requires activation by your platform administrator.

(1) Start creating a fact


(2) Select the desired categories which the information belongs to from the drop-down:


(2.1) Click on the arrow in order to see the subcategories and select the desired one:


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(2.2) Start typing the name in the input field and choose the appropriate one from the suggestions:


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(3) Choose the fact type and template fact (if available for a folder from the choosen categories):


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(4) If you have filled all required fields and there are no icons, then you can click on "Publish".


Further information:

  • Depending on the settings multiple folders can be seleced: 


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to obtain more information about the purpose of the folder, click on the icon. If you like to remove the selections, click on the button.


  • When creating a fact the Multiple Assignment can be displayed as wizard. Then you just have to follow the steps, to make a choice from the drop-downs and click on the multiass_user7.PNG - 1615040.1 button.

Author: factline 3 Webservices GmbH; Copyright: factline Webservices GmbH; Published by: Ivo Marinov (factline3)
factID: 1614959.16 (...history); published on 04 Jul. 2011 11:34