In this article:
- Related Content Module Settings
- Overview of templates for the Related Content Module
- Page Information web part settings for modern pages
The module includes four Enterprise Page controls, displayed on the left side of the page, just under contact information, depending on the page layout:
The controls will be visible if there is a result to show. When a page is tagged, the controls will search for matching tags in following categories:
- Related documents: All documents tagged with one of the current page tags
- Related news: All corporate news tagged with one of the current page tags
- Related pages: All pages tagged with one of the current page tags
- Related people: All users with one of current page tags in user profile field Responsibilities (‘Ask me about’ or ‘Skills and expertise’ in Delve)
For all our modern users there is an option of configuring related content on each page locally. This is done by inserting the web part Page Information to the page of your choice.
Related Content module settings
Under the tab ‘General’, you can enable or disable the top panel of related content that is showed globally on your intranet. If you want to configure related content manually, please see the section about the Page Information web part (only avaliable for modern pages).
In the administration module, the related documents, news, pages, and people can be adjusted, by turning them on/off individually, or specifying search parameters, such as source and number of returned elements. This is particularly useful, when the results should be limited to specific sources, like all approved/governed sources – which means that teamsites and projectsites can be excluded.
In Enterprise Configuration Center, you can define and customize the look, feel, and functionality of the Related Content module by the means of templates.
The Page Relations module includes a selection of pre-defined templates that control how relations are displayed on pages.
You find an overview of templates for the Page Relations module under the ‘Templates’ area in the Page Relations module administration. From here, you can edit existing templates and create new.
Enterprise Related Content module includes a selection of templates that control the look, feel, and functionality of page relations on pages.
Templates that are included in the module:
The template named “DocumentsDefault” controls the view of related documents on pages
|Related News on Content Pages
The template named “NewsContentPageDefault” controls the view of related news on pages that are not Corporate News pages.
|Related News on Corporate News Pages
The template named “NewsDefault” controls the view of related news on Corporate News pages.
The template named “PagesDefault” controls the view of related pages.
The template named “PeopleDefault” controls the view of related people on pages.
Page Information web part settings for modern pages
With the Page Information web part, you can now feature page information and related content on modern pages. This web part is part of the Related Content module and can be set up by administrators in the Configuration Center.
Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.
The module connects pages with related tags in order to simplify navigation and make your workday even more efficient.
The web part can be placed anywhere at the page and you can set it up to show exactly the page information and/or the related content you like.
NOTE: The new web part is only available for modern pages. If you want to disable page information in the top banner, this is done from the Related Content module in the Configuration Center.
To add the web part to your site, simply go to the page you want to add related content to, add the web part called ‘Page Information’, and start designing a collection of links to related people, documents, and pages of your choice. This brings even more freedom and flexibility to your intranet, since you can display different content on different parts of the site.
- Locate the page where you want to add the web part.
- Click ‘Edit’ in the right corner.
- Add the ‘Page Information’ web part to anywhere on the page.
- Once added, you can design it according to your preferences.
Under the Design tab, you can give the section a title, add a visual or keep it clean with and show title only, as well as the choice of no title at all. Just as with all our web parts you can choose to show web part boarder, add padding, and adjust the height.
The Properties tab allows you to decide what should be shown in the related pages section. Simply tick the boxes and see what information is displayed. In its ability of context-awareness, the web part displays alerts relevant for the specific page. E.g. users are warned if the page content has expired and if a policy page is mandatory to read for the user in question.
Add related people by enable ‘Show’ and add names in the box. You can regulate how many items should be shown, from 1-20. By ticking the box ‘Include dynamically populated people, based on page details’, suggested content will appear, based on page details.
Add related documents by enabling ‘Show’, followed by a title, and the URL that links to that document. Click ‘Add’ and a link to the document will appear in the web part. By ticking the box ‘Include dynamically populated people, based on page details’, suggested content will appear, based on page details. You can also regulate the maximum items showed.
Add related pages by enabling ‘Show’, followed by a title and the URL that links to the page. Press ‘Add’ and it will be shown in the collection of related content. By ticking the box ‘Include dynamically populated people, based on page details’, suggested content will appear, based on page details. You can also regulate the maximum items showed.