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How to manage categories

There are two ways in which you can create categories:

1) Directly when uploading content:

First, upload your presentation. You can add it to the company library and/or to your personal vault depending on your permissions.

Then click on next and begin adding categories to your slides. You can create categories for the entire content of a presentation with one click.

Once you’ve added categories and subcategories for the entire file, you can also include categories and subcategories for specific slides.

The same slide or presentation can have more than one category.

2) Through the Categories option as an admin.

Go to the “Manage Content” section and then go to the library you wish to manage. (Personal, company, inspiration, etc)
Then click on “Categories”.
You can manage existing categories here, or you can click on “Create”

Select a Name for your category and complete the fields. You can also include a description, and an icon for your categories.

Click on Save and that’s it. Now you will be able to see that category when inserting new slides.

Can I edit categories and subcategories?

Yes. To edit categories, go to the “Categories” section on any of your libraries and click on the right side of existing categories.

Make any changes for that specific category and then click on “Save”. Your category will change across all your slides.

PRO TIP: One of the best things about working with categories in SlideHub is that your content gets updated through all slides containing that category or subcategory immediately.

What will happen to my slides if I delete a category?

If you delete a category, the content linked to that category will not disappear, it will only get updated and stop having that category attached. We suggest you update the existing content with a new category.

If you still have questions, don’t hesitate to reach our to the Customer Success Team at SlideHub.

Updated on: 04/06/2022

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