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Creating topic group(s)

What is a topic group?

Topic group is a form with a customized template that is used for posting contents. Various topic groups can be created, such as "Blog" or "Notice". Each topic group can have its own set of custom input fields.

Creating a topic

In the following example, we will create a topic for "Notice".

1. Access the content structure page

Click [Content Structure].

Image (fetched from Gyazo) In the content structure list page, click the [Add group] button located at the top right of the screen.

Image (fetched from Gyazo) The topics group edit page will be displayed.

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2. Set topic group details

Set the topic group details as shown below:

  • Group Name: Notice
  • Summary: Notice topic group

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3. Adding a field

To add a field, click on [Extra Column].

Image (fetched from Gyazo) The [Extra Column] section will be expanded, displaying additional fields.

Image (fetched from Gyazo) Set up a new field as follows:

  • Item name: Image
  • Item setting: Image

Image (fetched from Gyazo) This concludes the setup of the topic group.

4. Create the topic group

Click [Add] at the bottom of the page to create the topic group.

Image (fetched from Gyazo) The new "Notice" topic group will be created with a message indicating that the creation has been successful.

Check the created content definition

Next, let's check the newly created topic group. Select [Content Structure] from the global menu on the Kuroco management screen.

Image (fetched from Gyazo) The "Notice" topic group added earlier will be displayed in the content structure list.

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Creating content

To add a topic to the "Notice" topic group, click [Create topic] for the "Notice" topic group in the content structure list.

Image (fetched from Gyazo) Topic(s) can then be created using the "Edit Notice" page.

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In the content structure, detailed settings such as access restrictions and validation are available.
Please refer to Editing content structure(s) for more information.


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