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People List Panes, commonly referred to as faculty/staff lists or directories, are panes that display a curated list of College community members associated with a given department, organization, or group. These lists include useful contact information (title, email, phone office location) for each listed member. The individuals included in a People List Panes can be managed by users who have attended Introductory Drupal training session, with additional editing options available for those who have attended an Advanced Drupal training session.

 


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Examples

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  1. Click the gear icon and select Add Person (pictured below). 
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  2. A new window will appear.
  3. Either select Select the person from the dropdown list, or begin typing their last name.
  4. Once you've selected an individual to add to the list, click on the Add Person button at the bottom of the form.Image Removed
  5. The options window will close, a green success message will appear at the top of the screen, and the person will be added to the bottom of the People List Pane

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Reordering the People Pane List

  1. Click the gear icon and select Manage People.
  2. Drag Click and drop drag the cross icon to reorder names of people to reorder in the list.
  3. Click the green Save Changes button.
  4. The options window will close, a green success message will appear at the top of the screen, and the People List Pane should reflect the updated order.

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  1. Click the gear icon and select Arrange Manage People.
  2. A blue Remove button appears to the right of each person's name. Click the button to remove the appropriate individual.
  3. Click the green Save Changes button.
  4. The options window will close, a green success message will appear at the top of the screen, and the People List Pane should reflect the recent changes.Image Removed

 


Frequently Asked Questions

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