Creating and Managing Gallery Experiences
In this topic you will learn how to create and manage Gallery experiences.
If you are looking to quickly get started creating and publishing a Gallery experience, check out one of the Quick Start documents:
- Quick Start: Creating and Publishing a Portal Experience
- Quick Start: Creating and Publishing an In-Page Experience
When you open the Gallery module, the Experiences page will list all of the experiences that have been created.
If no experiences have been created, you will be prompted to create an experience. The Experiences page provides the ability to:
- Delete experiences
- Take experiences offline
- Duplicate experiences
- Edit experiences
- Create experiences
- Filter experiences
- Search experiences
Click on a column header to sort the data. The column selector () can be used to select the columns to display on the page.
The following columns may be displayed.
- Title - Title of the experience
- Template - Template used by the experience. The type of experience is displayed below:
- Portal - Site that supports a content library of any size with optional call-to-action and ad support
- In-Page - Publish one or more videos and add interactivity and then add this layout to your site
- Landing Page - Single-page site with lead form and optional call-to-action and ad support
- Event - Site optimized for promoting and broadcasting live events
- Template Status - Status of the template
- Up to Date - The experience is using the latest version of the project template
- Needs Update - A template update for the experience is available
- Resume Update - Template update is in progress but hasn't been published
- Updated - Date and time of the last experience update
- Experience Status - Status of the experience
- Online - The experience is online and can be accessed
- Offline - The experience is offline and cannot be accessed
- Unpublished Changes - The experience is online and can be accessed but changes have been made to the experience and have not been published
Clicking on a row will display the experience details on the right side of the page.
To create a new experience, click New Experience. When you create a new experience, you'll start by choosing a template. The template controls the overall look and behavior. After selecting a template, you can customize the experience. For more information, see one of these topics:
Duplicating an experience can be useful when you need to create an experience in multiple languages or if you're making microsites from the look and feel of an existing experience. To duplicate an experience, click on a row and then click Duplicate.
Enter an Experience Title and Description and then click Save.
To edit an experience, click on the experience Title. Editing a experience will open the Gallery Site Editor. For information on editing experiences, see one of these topics:
Taking experiences offline
Taking an experience offline makes it no longer accessible. To take an experience offline, click on a row and then click Take Offline. To confirm that the experience should be taken offline, click Take Offline. To make an experience available again, the experience must be republished.
To delete an experience, click on a row and then click Delete. Confirm the deletion by clicking Delete.
A filter can be applied to the Experiences page to limit the types of experiences that are displayed. To apply a filter, select the type of experiences to display:
- All - Display all experiences
- Published - Display all published (online) experiences
- Unpublished - Display all experiences that have been taken offline
- Template Update Needed - Display all experiences that have template updates available
- Landing Page - Display all landing page experiences
- Event - Display all event experiences
- Portal - Display portal experiences
- In-Page - Display all in-page experiences
The Search box can be used to search through the list of experiences. When searching, the following properties will be searched: