This section will talk through creating and populating a collection within My Library.
Table of Contents
- Creating a collection
- Populating a collection
- Adding a URL manually
- Using Quick Add URL
- Completed collection
Creating a collection
Once you have entered your library, simply click the Create Collection tile, or + symbol underneath it to start and you will see the following screen:
Fill in the required fields and click create. This will take you to the following screen:
Populating a collection
From here you have three ways to add a tile to a collection:
- Within My Tiles, you can add that tile to your library. To do this, you simply click on the top left corner of any tile within that area and then select 'add to library'. You will then be given the option of which collection you want to add the tile too.
- Click the + sign at the far right of the screen to enter the URL manually.
- Open up the page you want to link to and simply drag the url into the Quick Add URL box.
Adding a URL manually
If you just press the Create. sign, you will have the following screen and you can simply create the link as you would do when creating a tile. Once finished, simply press
Using Quick Add URL
If you have dragged your URL into the window below (you need to make sure you have added https:// if manually typing):
and then press the + and you get the following screen with additional styling options:
If you want your own image or a colour, proceed as above. However, in this area, you have suggested imagery that works as follows:
- If the URL site you have added allows it, Huler will be able to drag images from the site for you and it will suggest it here;
- If not, it will provide some of the above images to help make your collections look cool.
You cannot add an item created in Collections to 'My Tiles'.
A collection can have as many items as you want, but only the first four you create will
show within the main icon in your library; at present these cannot be re-ordered.
Once completed, it should look like this:
Play around with colour and image combinations. You can always go back and change it!