How the Custom Page Layouts are proritised to show

You can set up a custom layout and apply it to a Group/s or to a Role/s

You can set up a custom layout and apply it to a Group/s or to a Role/s

Custom Layouts can be very important to help give the system a unique look and feel depending on the Groups a User is in and the Roles the User has

You can create as many Page Layouts as you require. This example shows that four have been created. Two have been made and assigned to a different Role, and two have been created and assigned to a Group

You can create as many Page Layouts as you require. This example shows that four have been created. Two have been made and assigned to a different Role, and two have been created and assigned to a Group

4 Different Page layouts have been created. This includes:

Two Page Layouts assigned to a Role

-Coach Role Page Layout (purple header and timing lights and ipad in the background image) has been assigned to the Role of Coach

-Talent ID Manager Page Layout (blue header and map in the background image) has been assigned to the Role of Talent ID Manager

Two Page Layouts assigned to a Group

-National Squad Theme (Red header and timing lights in the background) has been assigned to the National Squad Group

-U18 National Team Page Layout (athlete in top left header, and fusion sport logo in background) has been assigned to the U18 National Team Group

N.B. Details on how to create a Page layout are in the subsequent lessons

The image in this step highlights how a Page layout applied to a Role is set to display when viewing any Groups that a user has access to.

The image in this step highlights how a Page layout applied to a Role is set to display when viewing any Groups that a user has access to.

A Page Layout applied to a Group (and subsequent subgroups) takes precedence and will display instead of the Page Layout of the Role. Additionally, if a Subgroup has it's own Page Layout, this will also display as a priority over the Page Layout of the Role

The image in this step highlights how a Page layout applied to a Role is set to display when viewing any Groups that a user has access to. However, a Page Layout applied to a Group (and subsequent subgroups) takes precedence and will display instead of the Page Layout of the Role. Additionally, if a Subgroup has it's own Page Layout, this will also display as a priority over the Page Layout of the Role

The Page Layout of the Role will appear as soon as any User from that Role logs in to the system. The image here shows the Page Layout that was set up for the Coach Role

This is the Coach Page layout Theme (Purple Header and Timing lights and ipad in the background Image)

This is the view when the Coach in the Coach Role logins in to the system. When you assign a Page Layout to a Role, this page layout will show as the theme for all Users in this Role from now on as soon as they login. The coach is currently viewing the Academy Group that does not have a Page Layout Assigned to it.

However, when a User in a Role that is assigned a Page Layout loads a group that ALSO has a Page Layout assigned to it, the Page Layout for the Group will appear instead of the Role layout. Page Layouts assigned to a Group take Priority over Page Layouts assigned to a Role. This means when a User in the Coach Role loads a group with no Page layout, the Coach Role Layout will be displayed. When they load any Groups that have a Page Layout, the Page Layout for that Group will be displayed. This is shown in the step below when the user selects the National Team.

An example of the Page Layout changes when the National Team is selected to view. The National Team has it's own Page Layout.

An example of the Page Layout changes when the National Team is selected to view. The National Team has it's own Page Layout.

This is the National Squad Page layout Theme (red header and timing lights in the background Image)

This is the view when the Coach in the Coach Role changes to the National Squad that has it's own Page Layout.

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