In an earlier tutorial we showed you how you can add
content within a Collection in Docs.com
-- this allows you add your uploaded files and files liked by you within a Collection. In this tutorial we show you how you can add links to
other sites within a Collection.
Make sure you first sign into your Docs.com,
select the Collection where you want to add links, and then follow these steps:
- Within the open Collection, click the Add link button, as shown highlighted in blue
within Figure 1.
Figure 1: Add link button
- This opens the Share a link page, as shown in Figure 2.
You will have to fill in several fields here.
Figure 2: Share a link page
- Some of these fields have been populated, as shown in Figure 3.
All options within Share a link page are explained below, as marked in Figure 3, above.
Figure 3: Adding link and other info
Once done, click the OK button, shown highlighted in green within Figure 3,
- URL: Add the site URL here and click the Extract button, shown highlighted in
blue within Figure 3, above. This will extract all the meta info from the site URL.
- Background: Here you can choose the display thumbnail of the link. Choose from these three options
Preview image, Default thumbnail, and Custom image. Select the check-box and click the
- Title: Here you can see the title is added. You can edit the title if you want.
- Author: If the author’s name is not added from the meta content of the page, you can manually add the author’s name here.
- Description: Displays the description. If no description is added, or if you want to edit -- you can thereafter
manually add or edit the description.
- This will add the link within the Collection, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4: Link added within the Collection
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