I’ve set up more than 1 Timeline. How do I select the one I want to Add a New Event to?
Assuming you are Logged In and looking at your Account Tab, as in the image below:
- Click on the Personal Timeline bar to display a dropdown list of all of your Personal Timelines
- Click on the Title of the Timeline you want to Add a New Event to
The Title of the Timeline you select will appear in the Personal Timeline bar and you can go ahead and click the Event button in your Toolbar to create and submit a New Event to that Timeline.
We’ve been asked about the meaning of the Published, Public and Disabled checkboxes in Timelines. Hopefully this Post will help to clarify who can use them and what they do.
The Published checkbox will be ticked automatically for each new Timeline you set up. You only need to untick it if you want to temporarily hide your Timeline from everybody who is allowed to see it. You might, for instance, after you have been using Woojum™ for some time, decide that you want to give a Timeline a complete makeover. Unticking the Published checkbox allows you to hide the Timeline from everybody who is allowed to see it whilst you are doing the makeover. The Published checkbox does not make your Timeline available to the public in general, that is controlled by the Public checkbox as described below.
The Public checkbox determines who can see a Timeline. If you want to make one or more of your Timelines available to the public in general you tick the Public checkbox in that Timeline. If you want only your Invited Guests or Linked Subscribers to be able to see a Timeline don’t tick its Public checkbox. Subscribers to Intermediate and Super Packages have an allowance of Public Flags, Subscribers to Lite Packages do not.
The Disabled checkbox cannot be accessed by Subscribers. It is reserved to Administrators and will only be used in the unlikely event that a Subscriber’s Account needs to be temporarily disabled whilst we investigate a problem, for instance if we are expecting a payment and it has not been received.