DeskClient Authoring | Version 3
All about the use of Sophora's DeskClient for the editorial department.
Archived documentation for Sophora 3. End-of-support date for this version: 7/25/21
Download the DeskClient Cheat Sheet (PDF).
Sophora is a high performant CMS which ensures ideal support for the editorial staff's work. Learn more about working with Sophora.
The user interface is subdivided into different fields. Here you get an insight into Sophora's entire structure.
With Sophora's search function users can search for various terms, ID's and abbreviations.
Find out all about editing text, creating links and markups as well as adding images and much more
Direction for creating, editing and protecting documents, time scheduling and for using the document editor.
More about the combination of document elements, component structure and details.
Besides uploading image documents, image variants can be edited and configured as well.
Learn how to gather images in a lightbox in order to add these to image collections or other documents.
After creating a document users can take a look on their work by using the preview types.
For a fast operation of frequently used documents, exists the opportunity to create common and personal bookmarks in Sophora's editor.
Information concerning all users or just specific groups of Sophora can be communicated through messages. Find out more about using messages.
By using the site structure users can navigate the website. Find out more about structure nodes.
Learn more about how to offer, edit and delete documents as well as subscribe certain proposal sections.
For accelerating workflows, there exist an useful list of shortcuts in Sophora deskclient.
Notes can be added to documents for making remarks on it. Learn more about how to create sticky notes.
Find out how to transfer content of a document into another one.
Search Agents automatically execute searches in the background and notify you of new documents found.
Learn how to set a new password for your user account if you have lost it.
Learn more about possible document states and their corresponding icons.
The glossary is composed of a compilation of definitions and technical terms in connection with Sophora.
Covered issues for this module.
Last modified on 3/17/21
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