Chapter 2 - Book Type and Book Permissions
Chapter 3 - Embedding and Sharing
Chapter 6 - Video & Audio Hosting on 3rd Party Platforms
Total: 8 Sections
Scheduling your content to be published is a simple, straight forward process with Meribook.
At the 'book' level, there is no option to schedule a book as all books are 'private' by default. Scheduling becomes useful when collaborating or sharing with other users, hence only chapters and sections have the schedule functionality.
This is not the same as 'Drip' content, which is dependent on content becoming visible based on when a user 'signs up'.
Scheduling feature at chapter level
When a chapter is marked as unpublished, the 'schedule publish date field' becomes visible and can be configured using the calendar widget.
All sections inside that chapter that are in published state will become visible to anyone who has access. That's it. Now, you can get more fancy and configure each section to be published on schedule as well.
Scheduling feature at section level
When you change the green publish toggle on a section to unpublish, the schedule option becomes visible, and clicking on the calendar will allow you the ability to auto publish the section at the date and time specified.
Content inside Meribook has a lot of relational references, so that means when deleting content you have to be aware of all parts that will be effected.
Deleting a Chapter or Section:
This means we will need to delete any discussions, invites, shares that are associated with the Chapter or Section as well.
Therefore, when you click that delete button we'll provide a notice of related items that will be deleted and you can confirm again to continue.
Deleting a Book (coming soon)
Currently, this is not possible, we recommended you 'Archive' the book or delete the Chapters individually and then rename the Book.
Books can have 'Campaigns' and 'Subscribers' and this area of Meribook is under active development and addressing what happens to your subscribers list before we delete the book is needed.
Ctrl + 0 == Paragraph
Ctrl + 1 == Heading 1
Ctrl + 2 == Heading 2
Ctrl + 3 == Heading 3
Ctrl + 4 == Heading 4
Ctrl + 5 == Heading 5
Ctrl + 6 == Heading 6
The default bullet lists style works fine for most use cases, but when you want to display what's included and what is not included you want checkmarks and crosses.
Checkmark and Cross Classes
Here is what using 'list-checkmarks' class will look like.
Checkmark and Cross combo
Notice the 'cross' class for the last line to show the X while still using the 'list-checkmarks' for everything else.
Here is what using 'list-cross' class will look like.
Now, if you only wanted to list all items as cross, you can use the "list-cross" class as shown below.
Search functionality can be broken down into two parts.
Header search bar.
This box searches across all your books and display the results.
Book quick search & filter
The default here is to filter by chapter, and the dropdown allows for searching everything within this specific book.