Board settings

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The administrator or the Board Manager can change the board settings.

The administrator can designate a Board Manager and set the board’s name, description, and type.

The administrator can also manage the member authority for member boards.

View the list of manageable boards

The administrator or the members who have permission to manage boards can see a list of manageable boards.

Mobile

  1. Tap ‘Board’ on the bottom.
  2. Tap .
  3. Tap  to view the list of manageable boards.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click  at the bottom of the board list on the left.
  3. Click ‘Settings’.
  4. View the list of manageable boards in the drop-down menu.

The administrator can view all boards, while the members can only view boards that they are authorized to manage.

Change board settings

The administrator and the members who have permission to manage boards can change the board settings. The administrator can also change the board settings in Admin.

Mobile

  1. Tap ‘Board’ on the bottom.
  2. Tap .
  3. Tap  .
  4. Tap the board you want to edit on the board list.

PC Web

  1.  Click  on the top.
  2. Click  at the bottom of the board list on the left.
  3. Click ‘Settings’.
  4. View the list of manageable boards in the drop-down menu.
  5. Select a board you want to edit.

Edit the board name and description

The administrator and the members who have permission to manage boards can edit the board name and description. The administrator can also edit the name and description of the board in Admin.

Mobile

  1. Tap ‘Board’ on the bottom.
  2. Tap .
  3. Tap  .
  4. Tap the board you want to edit on the board list.
  5. Tap the name of the board.
  6. Edit the board name and description.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click  at the bottom of the board list on the left.
  3. Click ‘Settings’.
  4. View the list of manageable boards in the drop-down menu.
  5. Select a board you want to edit.
  6. Edit the board name and description.
  7. Click ‘Save’.

Change the order of boards

Mobile

  1. Tap ‘Board’ on the bottom.
  2. Tap .
  3. Tap  .
  4. Tap the board you want to edit on the board list.
  5. Tap ‘Change order’.
  6. Drag and drop  to change the order.

Change the board type

The administrator and the members who have permission to manage boards can change the board type. The administrator can also change the board type in Admin. AdminThe available types are the board type, preview type, and album type.

Mobile

  1. Tap ‘Board’ on the bottom.
  2. Tap .
  3. Tap  .
  4. Tap the board you want to edit on the board list.
  5. Tap ‘Select Type’.
  6. Select a board type.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click  at the bottom of the board list on the left.
  3. Click ‘Settings’.
  4. View the list of manageable boards in the drop-down menu.
  5. Select a board you want to edit.
  6. Select a board type.
  7. Click ‘Save’.

Apply templates to boards

Administrators and members with authority to manage boards can apply templates to boards. By applying a template, you can immediately write on the applied template when writing a new post on the board.

When sharing a post, the template applied to the board is not provided.

Mobile

  1. Tap ‘Board’ on the bottom.
  2. Tap .
  3. Tap  .
  4. Tap the board you want to edit from the board list.
  5. Tap the ‘Template’.
  6. Select a template on the template list.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click  on the bottom of the menu on the left.
  3. Click ‘Settings’.
  4. Click the ‘Set Board’ tab to check the list of boards to manage in ‘Select a board’.
  5. Select a board to edit.
  6. Click ‘Select template’.
  7. Select a template from the template list.
  8. Click ‘Complete’.
  9. Click ‘Save’.

Designate a Board Manager

The administrator and the members who have permission to manage boards can designate a Board Manager. The administrator can also designate a Board Manager in Admin.

Mobile

  1. Tap ‘Board’ on the bottom.
  2. Tap .
  3. Tap  .
  4. Tap the board you want to edit on the board list.
  5. Tap ‘Select Admin’.
  6. Search and add the member you want to designate as the Board Manager.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click  at the bottom of the board list on the left.
  3. Click ‘Settings’.
  4. View the list of manageable boards in the drop-down menu.
  5. Select a board you want to edit.
  6. Search and add the member you want to designate as the Board Manager.
  7. Click ‘Save’.

Change the board access

The administrator and the members who have permission to manage boards can set as either public board or member board. The administrator can also change the board access in Admin.

Set as a public board

You can set the board as a public board to allow access to all members.

Mobile

  1. Tap ‘Board’ on the bottom.
  2. Tap .
  3. Tap  .
  4. Tap the board you want to edit on the board list.
  5. Tap ‘Public’ under Authority.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click  at the bottom of the board list on the left.
  3. Click ‘Settings’.
  4. View the list of manageable boards in the drop-down menu.
  5. Select a board you want to edit.
  6. Click ‘Public board’ of the ‘Authority’.
  7. Click ‘Save’.

Hide board only to specific members, employment types, and organizations (departments)

You can manage exceptions for public boards by specifying members, employment types, or organizations (departments) to restrict access to public boards.

Mobile

  1. Tap ‘Board’ on the bottom.
  2. Tap .
  3. Tap .
  4. Tap the board you want to edit on the board list.
  5. Tap ‘Public’ under ‘Authority’.
  6. Tap ‘Manage exception’.
  7. To add members you want to restrict, tap ‘Add member’.
    To manage exceptions by employment types, tap ‘Add employment type’.
    To manage exceptions by organizations, tap ‘Add organization’.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click  at the bottom of the board list on the left.
  3. Click ‘Settings’.
  4. View the list of manageable boards in the drop-down menu.
  5. Select a board you want to edit.
  6. Click ‘Public board’ of the ‘Authority’.
  7. Click to add members, employment types, or organizations to restrict access to public boards.
    • Member
      1. Click ‘Add member’ on the right.
      2. Enter the names or email addresses of the members you want to add as exceptions.
      3. Click ‘Add’.
    • Employment type
      1. Click ‘Add employment type’ on the right.
      2. Select the employment type to add.
      3. Click ‘Add’.
    • Organization
      1. Click ‘Add organization’ on the right.
      2. Select the organization to add.
      3. Click ‘Add’.
  8. Click ‘Save’.

Grant board access to specific member or organization (department)

You can allow only the designated members or an organization (department) to read and write posts.

Mobile

  1. Tap ‘Board’ on the bottom.
  2. Tap .
  3. Tap .
  4. Tap the board you want to edit on the board list.
  5. Tap ‘Member’ under ‘Authority’.
  6. Tap ‘Set member authority’.
  7. Search the member or a team you want to give access to the member board.
  8. Tap  next to the member.
  9. Tap ‘Set Authority’, and select from Write/View, Write, and View to set the level of authority. Tap ‘Delete’ to delete the member.

PC Web

  1. Click  on the top.
  2. Click  at the bottom of the board list on the left.
  3. Click ‘Settings’.
  4. View the list of manageable boards in the drop-down menu.
  5. Select a board you want to edit.
  6. Click ‘Member board’ of the ‘Authority’.
  7. Search the member or a team you want to give the board access.
  8. Click on the right side of the added member, and select the desired level of authority from Write/View, Write, and View. Click  to delete the member.
  9. Click ‘Save’.

Create a board and a category

Only the administrator can create boards and categories.

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