What is it?
Related links help tie digital workplace content together. You can choose to enable a one-way, or two-way relationship between content. A one-way relationship will add a related link to the content you have created, while a two-way relationship will also add a link to the content that is being referenced. Related Content can be added to a file, blog article, calendar event, or wiki article.
When Related Content has been added to content in your workplace, it will appear in a list on the right-hand side of the page in a window marked, Related Content.
If you have additional information on a topic but the information isn't relevant to everyone following the channel you are posting to, add the additional material as Related Content and mention it in the post as a comment. You can use this within a customer room around content related to the project. This is also a great option for marketing collateral that is closely linked together within a campaign.
Features and functionality
Below is a list of all additional features found within this particular feature or function.
Search Community - This feature allows you to search the workplace for a specific topic or item.
Show this link on both items - Select this option to add a link to the current item from the related article.
Open the document in a separate window - Select this icon to open the related document in a separate window.
Remove item - Use this feature to remove Related Content items from the list.
How to add Related Content
Use the Related Content feature to direct people to other valuable resources housed in your workplace that are related to the content they are currently viewing. Follow the steps below to associate other items to the article, file, or event.
Step 1: Create a new file, article or event, or open an existing file
To create a new item, select the Add Content button located on your userbar.
Step 2: Add related content items
If you are creating a new item, the Related Content feature appears as a window below your WYSIWYG Editor.
Note: If you are creating a new file, it must be saved as a draft first. This will bring up the Edit Document page that has Related Content listed as an option.
If you are adding an existing item, select the “ ” button in the Related Content window.
Frequently Asked Questions
I'm trying to add Related Content to a new file I haven't published yet, but I can't find the option to add Related Content. Where is it?
If you are creating a new file, the file has to be saved as a draft first. This will bring up the Edit Document page that has Related Content listed as an option.