Getting Started 9: Chat Rooms

This section will cover how to create, join, and manage chat rooms. All of the private chat features specific to sending and receiving messages, saving messages as Consol items, and sharing files and images are also applicable to chat rooms. It’s recommended you read through Getting Started: 7. Chat and Saving Chat Messages first. The … Continue reading Getting Started 9: Chat Rooms

Getting Started: 6. Consol Connections (like friends)

In order to share, send copies, and chat privately, you have to establish connections with other Consol users. Upon first signing in, you will not have any established connections. If you are part of a team, you will likely want to establish connections with all of your team members. To establish a connection: Select the … Continue reading Getting Started: 6. Consol Connections (like friends)

Getting Started: 5. Scheduling Content & Calendar View

Consol Views Consol has three main views accessible from the buttons at the top left: Lists (Default) Calendar Settings Consol allows you to schedule any content type on the calendar, not just events or tasks. Want to schedule time to read an article? Simply bookmark the article in Consol and schedule it for later. This … Continue reading Getting Started: 5. Scheduling Content & Calendar View

Getting Started: 4. Creating Content

Below is the Content Creator: Content Creator There are four methods for creating content: Typing the title of an item in the Content Creator’s text input box and pressing enter or clicking create. Clicking one of the four Quick Buttons to the right to instantly create an item in the inbox, before defining its title. … Continue reading Getting Started: 4. Creating Content

Getting Started: 3. Define Your Organization Structure with Workspaces and Categories

#Workspaces and #categories are actually tags that will be assigned to content items. In most applications, tags are created when a user assigns one to a piece of content. This is also possible in Consol, but Consol also allows you to define workspace and category tags without any content. To begin, we recommend creating some … Continue reading Getting Started: 3. Define Your Organization Structure with Workspaces and Categories

Getting Started: 2. Setting Up Your Profile

Before you start working in Consol, we recommend setting up your profile. Your profile is where you can specify some personal information, most importantly, your Display Name (friendly name). If you don’t setup a Display Name, your email address will be used when you make comments, chat, or show up in user lists. Click Settings … Continue reading Getting Started: 2. Setting Up Your Profile

Getting Started: 1. Consol’s Layout

Upon first logging in, Consol will appear mostly empty. The layout is divided into a handful of sections, which are explained below. Views: These are the primary views in Consol. Lists is the default view where you define your organization and spend most of your time creating and viewing content items. The Calendar will display … Continue reading Getting Started: 1. Consol’s Layout