Before you start creating content with Foleon, it's helpful to understand how your account is structured. 🧱 You can also learn what the difference is between our two content editors: the Content Builder and the Content Studio.
🚀 This article is part of our Getting Started section.
How your account is structured
Your account holds one or more users that have been assigned a role. The number of users and available roles depends on your plan.
Optionally, your account can be split up into different workspaces. For example, you can have a dedicated workspace for your Marketing team that your Sales team can't access.
Users can start a project to organize their content. A project is like a folder that holds multiple Foleon Docs — the content format you'll be creating.
When you've set up your Brand Kit, you manage your brand centrally on a workspace level, ensuring all Foleon Docs are automatically on-brand.
Simple as that!
👇 We've explained the basic structure of your Foleon account in the infographic below.
Let's sum up the key Foleon components that we touched on:
Foleon Docs 📃
The main thing you’ll be doing in Foleon is creating content, which you create in a Foleon Doc. These hold all your content, divided into different pages enriched with text, images, and other elements. Learn how to create a Doc here.
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. Learn more about projects here.
You! We have five different user roles with different sets of permissions: admin, designer, publisher, editor, and reviewer. Learn more about users and roles here.
Workspaces divide your account into separate environments. Each workspace (think region, business unit, or brand) has its own workspace where they can freely collaborate on their projects without being able to access the work of other workspaces. Learn more about workspaces here.
Brand Kit 🎨
With a Brand Kit, you manage your brand centrally, ensuring all Foleon Docs are automatically on-brand. Add your logo, set a color palette, choose typography, and more — helping content creators get off to a flying start. Learn more about the Brand Kit here.
- Foleon Docs 📃
Set up users and roles
By setting up your users, you manage who has access to your account and what they can do in Foleon.
You can choose from several user roles when adding new users to your account: admin, designer, publisher, editor, and reviewer. Each role has a fixed set of permission settings.
We divide these user roles into two types:
- Premium users — Admin and Designer roles.
- Standard users — Editor and Publisher roles.
- Free users — Reviewer role.
📖 Want a detailed guide on adding and managing users? Check out our article Set up users and roles.
Creating Foleon Docs
Here at Foleon, we want to empower anyone to create new content fast — regardless of skill level. That's why we offer two content editors to create Foleon Docs:
Content Studio 🎨
You design content with the full Foleon design capabilities. You have complete control over the design process to fit your specific design needs or brand guidelines. Create bespoke content and save it as new templates for the rest of your organization to use.
Content Builder 🧱
With an easy user interface, we allow everyone to create compelling content faster. With the power of professionally designed templates, you reduce production time and deliver quicker business results.
📖 Want a detailed overview of the differences between the Content Builder and the Content Studio? Learn more here.
Depending on your plan, you create content with the Content Builder, Content Studio, or both. As an admin in Foleon, it's important to decide on the content editor you're creating your first Foleon Doc with.
🚀 Continue in our Getting Started guide to learn content creation with Foleon — structured by the five stages of content creation: Plan, Create, Publish, Promote, and Optimize.