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Navigation & Branding FAQs

How to use quick access to go to your recently visited items?

As you use MangoApps web, a quick access list is automatically built to give you single click access to everything you use. This quick access list is automatically ordered by most recently accessed items on top. Learn about how to use it here​

How to perform email branding?

Email Branding helps create an identity for the domain and helps improve engagement of the community. Learn about how to do email branding here​

How to set a module as the landing page for all users?

The landing page is the page on which the users land post login. Choose a landing page as per where you wan't your employees to start from. Commonly used landing pages are Dashboard, Newsfeed, Posts or Company. Learn about how to setup a landing page​

How to organize menus & pages?

As an Intranet admin or network admin you can choose to organize the menus and pages to display content per your site or team requirements. Learn about how to create & organize menus/pages here​

How to setup a domain-wide banner?

Banners present important information to your entire MangoApps community. Banners can include text and links. Learn how to setup a domain-wide banner here.
Domain admins have the option to upload your own company logo. Learn how to upload your company logo here​

How do I configure the left hand primary navigation?

Left hand primary navigation can be customized by the domains admins for all users. Learn how to setup the left hand navigation for all users​

How can I create project categories?

Categories can be used to categorize the projects. Learn how to create project categories.

How can I customize MangoApps using custom CSS?

Customizing MangoApps directly using CSS Is supported.Learn more about how to add your CSS into MangoApps here​

How can we change our MangoApps URL?

Your MangoApps URL is based on your company's email address. For example, if your company email is [email protected] your MangoApps domain becomes “http://mycompany.mangoapps.com” for shared cloud hosted domains.
We support vanity domain URL’s for private cloud and on-premise deployments.

Why is a logo with transparent background better?

You may want to have a logo with a transparent background because administrators can change the background color of pages within MangoApps. When the background color is changed, a logo with a transparent background will automatically fit in to the new color scheme. Learn more about logo and other customizations here.

How do I change the image on the Login Page?

To modify the image displayed on the login page, you can proceed as follows:
  1. 1.
    Navigate to the "Branding" section.
  2. 2.
    Select "Default Network User."
  3. 3.
    Choose "Edit Branding."
  4. 4.
    Go to the "Portal" tab.
  5. 5.
    Select "Logos & Images."
  6. 6.
    Look for the option labeled "Login screen image."

Does everyone get the "manage navigation" option?

The option to "Allow end users to manage their navigation and landing page" is determined by the network users' settings. You can choose between "Yes" or "No" per the user's preference.

How does having multiple user segments with custom navigation and branding impact user experience?

The presence of multiple user segments with custom navigation and branding can have an impact on the user experience. Let's examine three specific cases:
Scenario 1: If a user belongs to multiple user segments, the navigation corresponding to the first enabled user segment in the list will be shown. This means the user will experience the navigation tailored to their primary user segment.
Example:
You will find a list of available navigation when you access the Navigation Page. The enabled navigation is labeled "Demo 2." Demo 2 has specific properties configured, e.g.- a landing page set to "Download" and a style set to a horizontal style.
Now, let's take a look at the user portal.
Scenario 2: If the first user segment is disabled, the system will check the second enabled user segment in the list. The navigation corresponding to that user segment will be displayed if a match is found. This ensures that users are still presented with relevant navigation options even if their primary user segment is disabled.
Example:
You will find a list of available navigations when you access the Navigation Page. The enabled navigation is labeled "Demo 1." Demo 1 has specific properties configured, e.g., a landing page set to "Download" and style to a vertical style.
Now, let's take a look at the user portal.
Scenario 3: If both the newly added user segments are disabled, the system will revert to the default network user segment. In this scenario, the navigation associated with the default network user segment will be presented to the user. This ensures that users always have access to some navigation, even if their custom user segments are disabled.
Example: When you visit the navigation page, you will notice that both Demo 1 and Demo 2 navigation are currently disabled. The default network user navigation is automatically enabled, and its properties are applied to the User portal.

For Branding:

If a user belongs to multiple branding, the branding that matches the first enabled branding in the list will be displayed. If the first branding is disabled, the branding that matches the second enabled branding will be shown instead. If both branding are disabled, the default network user branding will be a fallback.