The following steps will describe how to add a New Project to your site. Projects can be used in a range of different ways to bring content to your site but are mostly utilised for individual consultations or projects.

The main features that make up a project page are; the ability to utilise EHQ's nine online engagement tools, present information in widgets and protect pages for private and community panels.

New projects can only be setup by users who have a site or hub administrator role. Project administrators will not be able to setup a new project or publish projects and will need to be assigned access to projects by their site or hub administrator. Learn how to do this in our Assigning project access to project administrators article.

To setup a new project you need to do the following;

Click on Projects link from the main menu.

Click on Add New Project. New Project page is displayed.

Fill out the new project information including; Title, Project Description; Project Tags
 and the Permalink for the page. The project description can have HTML and inline styles, it is a WYSIWYG editor. You can also add an image in the description with a clickable link.

Note: The Permalink is the permanent link to the project page you are about to create. This refers to the URL structure of your pages. ie. www.yourdomain.com/permalink. The permalink must not have any spaces and by default it will simply resemble your page title.

Once you have completed all of your project information click on Add to create your new project. You will then be directed to your main project management screen.

What's Next?

Learn how to manage your project image in order to bring a visual personality to your project.

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