Content Organization & Workflow

Content Organization & Workflow

Our platform provides a multitude of organizational “buckets” you can structure your content in. Once you understand the hierarchy, the sky is the limit!


Content Hierarchy



Channel

All Channels that a user has access to are displayed in the Library. Channels are the largest bucket FLIP has to offer.

Channel




Collection

The Collection is the header for a Bookcase or group of Bookcases. It is the second largest bucket in FLIP. You are able to add a search to this level. This allows you to isolate the users search to just the Bookcases within.


Collection



Bookcase

A Bookcase holds at least one Category with multiple Decks. Bookcase are the third largest bucket in FLIP.


Bookcase


Category

The Category is the header for a Deck or group of Decks. It is the fourth from the largest bucket in FLIP. 


Category


Deck

A Deck is a collection of Cards. It is the second smallest bucket in FLIP.


Deck


Card

A Card is the smallest bucket in FLIP.


Card


General Rules

  1. Libraries can have multiple Collections but must have at least one to be visually displayed in the app.
  1. Collections can have multiple Bookcases but must have at least one to be visually displayed in the app.
  1. Bookcases can have multiple Categories but must have at least one to be visually displayed in the app.
  1. A Category can have multiple Decks but must have at least one to be visually displayed in the app.
  1. Decks can have multiple Cards but must have at least one to be visually displayed in the app.
  1. Cards can have multiple Connections but must have at least one to be visually displayed in the app.

Content Hierarchy

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