Settings apply to all versions of a document and changes to them will affect all versions, regardless of their published status or date.
To apply a setting to your document, use the tabbed section on the Manage Document page.
The tabs are divided into the following subcategories:
Your versions will be displayed in a scrolling list. The information found here includes the name and pagination of the versions, the web links you can use to access the version and a preview of the first page of the version.
In this section, you can update the following details if required:
Select the folder this document belongs to. The folder can only be set to an existing folder, to create a new folder follow the steps in this article.
Update the title of the document, for example, Staff Bulletin.
This name should replicate your document name but without spaces or symbols, for example, StaffBulletin. It forms part of the URL for your version.
Assign tags to your document to help categorise it.
These settings control customisations to the reader interface and interactivity. They can be set within this section or you can create a Style in Documents > Settings > Styles before applying it to a document.
Associate a menu with the document. Menus are prepared in Documents > Settings > Menus before they can be applied to a document.
By default, all documents are on the view.pagetiger.com domain, however, you can specify a different domain for your document. A pre-configured domain name can be selected, but it must first be added to your account by the PageTiger support team.
Here you can associate an analytics setting with the document. Analytics settings must be prepared here before they can be applied to a document. Analytics settings allow the configuration of Google Analytics and the Experience API (Tin Can/XAPI) with your document.
Here you can associate a security rule with the document. Security rules are created in Documents > Settings > Security Rules Sets before they can be applied to a document. Security rules manage how readers can access your document.
This tab will only be visible for accounts where Developer tab has been turned on. The developer tab allows users with front-end web development skills to add code to their documents.
Interactivity assets that have been uploaded to your documents, such as images, PDF files and videos can be seen here. Assets can also be uploaded to specific version.
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