Projects are an essential part of Foleon. In this article, we’ll talk about how you manage projects and their settings.
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With Foleon, every Foleon Doc you create is part of a project. Each project has its own settings: a hostname, Google Analytics code, and default logos. These settings apply to every Foleon Doc within a project.
Next to these settings, a project also has an editions option. This option contains all Foleon Docs of that project. Visitors of your content can access different published Foleon Docs within a project through the navigation bar of a Doc. However, you can turn this off for each Foleon Doc through the respective Foleon Doc settings.
See how Foleon content is structured in the chart below.
By default, every Foleon plan includes 10 active live Foleon Docs. These 10 Docs can be divided into several projects or all be placed in one project. When 10 Foleon Docs have been published, it is not possible to publish the 11th one. In order to publish this one, a new bundle of 5 Docs needs to be purchased via your Customer Success Manager.
On your dashboard, you’ll find a button to your projects on the left sidebar.
In the Project overview, you can create a new project (1), select a project you want to work in (2), go to the project settings (3), Create a new Foleon Doc (4), and manage existing Docs (5).
All project settings explained
Once you’ve selected a project from the list, you can change its settings via the button project settings.
⚠️ All of these project settings apply to every Foleon Doc within a project. If you’ve made changes to your project settings, you’ll have to republish all previously published Docs within that project to set your changes live for each Foleon Doc.
Let’s dive into what the different project settings mean and what they can do.
Project name: The project name is only visible in our platform to help you stay organized.
Project alias: The project alias is used in preview URLs. If you’re not using your own root domain or subdomain, it is also in published URLs.
⚠️ Make sure that the project alias is unique. Having multiple projects with the same alias will lead to issues with your preview.
The hostname: By default, your Foleon Docs will be visible on:
Read more about the hostname in our article: Hosting Foleon Docs.
Google Analytics code: Our platform offers built-in Foleon Analytics that gives you access to the most important performance metrics on your content. However, if you’re looking for more detailed data, you can also choose to keep track of your performance with Google Analytics by inserting your Google Analytics tracking ID.
Read more about Google Analytics in our article: Connecting Google Analytics to your Foleon Docs.
Connecting your Docs to your marketing automation platform: Here you can set up a connection between your Foleon Docs and your marketing automation platform. We offer a connection with HubSpot, Marketo, Salesforce Pardot, and Eloqua. Please note that these features are only available for select Foleon plans. Contact your Customer Success Manager if you are interested in upgrading your current plan.
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- Tracking Foleon Doc engagement in HubSpot
- Tracking Foleon Doc engagement with Marketo
- Tracking Foleon Doc engagement with Salesforce Pardot
- Tracking Foleon Doc engagement with Eloqua
Deleting a project
When you scroll down in the project settings via your dashboard, you see a button to delete the project. Be aware that this deletes the project and all Foleon Docs within that project.
⚠️ Important note: if you’re planning to delete a project that contains published Foleon Docs, make sure you set them offline first. Otherwise, they will remain online. Read more about setting up a Doc offline in our article: About Foleon Doc context menus Online.
Moving a Foleon Doc to another project
If you want to move a Foleon Doc from one project to another, you can do that by clicking the 3 dots located on the Doc. From there, the option 'Move to other project' will appear. You can choose the new project from the drop-down menu and select Move.
The Quick Actions menu (3 little dots)
The Foleon Doc Quick Actions (3 little dots), also known as the "Kebab" menu, offers different ways of interacting with your content. Read all about it in this article.