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Step-by-step guide to adding Opportunities

  1. Navigate to the Opportunities section of your website (ensure that you are logged in and have the appropriate editing rights)
  2. Using the 'Add new' menu on the edit bar, select 'Opportunity'
  3. You will be taken to a form with four tabs and a date widget to create the new opportunity.
    1. 'Content'
      1. 'Title' - this is to give the item a title
      2. 'Short title' - this is to define a short title for the item that will show in navigation and define how the URL of the content is constructed
      3. 'Summary' - this is used as a description of what the item is. This will be used in item listings and search results, as well as being displayed at the top of the item.
      4. 'External link' - if you provide a link in this field when a user clicks on the item from the Opportunities listing, they will be taken directly to this URL, rather than to the items page. As an editor, you will be taken to the detail page of the item so that you are able to edit it easily.
      5. 'Text' - use this field for the main body content of the item of content
      6. 'Amount label' - use this field to choose the label for the field, it is configurable in the site setup so this field does not have to be used for an 'Amount' but can be used for the most appropriate filed title for the item of content
      7. 'Amount' - use this field to populate the information related to the label set above
      8. 'Apply label' - use this field to choose the label for the field, it is configurable in the site setup so this field does not have to be used for 'Apply' but can be used for the most appropriate filed title for the item of content e.g. 'Find out more'
      9. 'Apply from link'  - use this field to provide the link for a user to follow if you need to take them to another page/form
      10. 'Contact person' - use this field to link to a profile on your website for users to be able to get in touch if they require more information
      11. 'Related opportunities' - use this field to link other opportunities to this one at the bottom of the content
    2. 'Dates'
      1. 'Publishing date' - if you are going to publish the content manually, you can ignore this field. If you would like to set a publishing date for the item that is in the future, pick a date and time. Note: You will still need to publish the item of content, but it will be hidden from listings and searches for anonymous users until the publishing date/time is reached.
      2. 'Expiration date' - if you do not want this item to expire, you can ignore this field. If you want this item to no longer be visible to users after a certain date/time, pick a date and time. when this date/time is reached the item of content will be hidden from listings and searches. You will still be able to see it as an editor and it will not be deleted from the system.
      3. 'Closing date' - this date will be displayed on the section listing, as well as on the individual item of content landing page. You are able to define that opportunities that are past their closing date do not show on listings. Useful for job advertisements for example.
    3. 'Settings'
      1. 'Exclude from navigation' - if selected, this item will not appear in the navigation tree
      2. 'Hide the title' - if selected, the title will not be shown at the top of the page.
    4. 'Media' - the documentation for the 'Media' functionality can be seen here
    5. 'Categorization'
      1. 'Categories' - use this field to add categories to the section for it to be reused across your Haiku site. You will first need to add the categories that you want to use in the Taxonomy. You can see the documentation for the Taxonomy here.
      2. 'Type' - use this field to add a type to the section for it to be reused across your Haiku site. You will first need to add the types that you want to use in the Taxonomy. You can see the documentation for the Taxonomy here.
  4. Don't forget to save your changes.

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