The name under which versions will be displayed. Your current and future versions (or versions) of this document will play under this name. Documents hold settings that apply to all versions within it. All documents are stored within a document folder.
For example, Staff Bulletin would be a document and January would be a version that sits within.
The folder name for your document forms part of the web address for your document, e.g. view.pagetiger.com/DocumentName/VersionName.
All versions are stored within a document.
For example, Version 1, Version 2, and Version 3 would be the names three versions within a document.
The name for your version forms part of the web address for your document, e.g. view.pagetiger.com/DocumentName/VersionName.
Folders are how your documents are organised. By default, there is only one folder in your account. You can create folders at any time and move documents into them later. Folders have no impact on the document's web address. Examples of folders could be Internal Comms, Marketing, or External Only. You can search by Folder.
A document created and edited in TigerDesigner for use with one version. Designs form the pages of the version and do not contain interactive features.
A document created in TigerDesigner used as a blueprint for future designs. Templates can be used to create more documents with certain elements being locked down to prevent unwanted editing. Templates will copy interactive content from their original, however, this interactivity will need to be edited.
There are two categories of editable templates available; Editable Templates which are public (available to all PageTiger users) and My Editable Templates which belong to your account.
When a version is published, it is live and available to your readership.
Interactive features that animate based on the reader’s interaction. Interactivity can be used to fulfill a number of jobs that a vanilla page-turning PDF file can’t achieve.
Interactive functions are carried out by modules. Modules are added using the interactivity editor and placed on top of the pages. When the version is loaded, the reader sees clickable and/or animated areas with which they can interact.
Styles are pre-configured appearance settings that can be applied to a document. Examples of these settings may include toolbar colour, zoom magnification, or background settings.
Categories that can be associated with a document. By default, an account will have no tags in it. These must be added as required. You can search using the Tags applied to your documents.
Rules that manage how your document can be accessed by readers.
The custom toolbar's that you can create to link together a suite of documents and sites or aid navigation.
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