Resource Center is a tool that allows you to collect and organize all your onboarding material under one roof. 🏠 It can gather and display all your checklists in a single place! In this article, we'll talk about how to create and style your Resource Center. 🤗

How to create and style a Resource Center

You can easily create and style your own Resource Center. You only have a few steps you need to go through:

  1. Content

  2. Customize

  3. Configure

Let’s begin!

1. Content

Once you click on the Resource Center page and add a new one, you will be directed to its creation and styling page! To edit and personalize your Content, you have a few options:

  • Change the title and give your Resource Center a name.

  • Add a subtitle to help your users understand the purpose of your resource center.

  • Edit your search bar and personalize your tool.

  • Enable the search function if you wish to connect your knowledge base.

  • Add modules; these could be your guides, checklists, or external URLs. You can add emojis to make them more fun! 🤗 (Learn more about how to add modules here).

Here’s a quick GIF to show how to go about these steps:

2. Customize

There are a few things you can do to customize your resource center!

  • Change the color and font of your text.

  • Personalize your launcher by editing its color and adding dynamic text.

  • Change the position of your launcher.

3. Configure

To make sure you have the right configuration, here’s what you should check:

  • Change its status to active to activate your Resource Center.

    • ☝️You must have the container code embedded in your webpage to do this.

  • Select page targeting on the pages you would like your Resource Center to be visible.

    • ☝️This is important as you won’t be able to save your changes unless you have page targeting.

  • Pick your audience by selecting the correct segmentation.

  • Choose a container based on the domain you would like to place in the resource center.

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Adding Modules to the Resource Center

Is there a limit on the number of modules added to a Resource Center?

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