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How to Set Up A Homepage?
How to Set Up A Homepage?

Learn how to set up a homepage for your users and visitors.

Updated over a week ago

The homepage is the first impression you have for your web visitors and potential members and we all know how important the first impression is. Here's how to set up a homepage.

Setting Up a Default Homepage

Raklet provides you with a homepage as soon as you register, saving you time. But here's where to begin if you're looking for something different:

Step 1: Go to your social network via the admin panel.

Step 2: Find the general settings. From there, you will see a couple of different options to choose a homepage from.

One of them is type. Your homepage can be a board, a page, or a post.

Boards are dynamic places where you can change things easier and add more content over time. This is the best option if you want your members to see announcements first.

Pages are more static. They stay as they are unless you specifically edit them. This is the best option for organizations that need a briefing page before entering the portal.

Posts are individual content that your web visitors and members can choose to engage with by liking them, commenting on them, or following them.

Whichever option you choose, there will be an item dropdown on the second line where you can pick a homepage from your already existing content. You will need to go to relevant tabs and create a post, board, or page if you need new content.

Don't forget to save your changes!

Setting Up For Anonymous Users

This feature is only available in the Premium plans.

To set up a page for your anonymous users who are not logged in as members you can set up a different home page. All you need to do is enable the "Set Homepage for Anonymous" option and pick the content that you want to set up as the anonymous homepage.

Don't forget to save after your changes.

Have more questions? Reach out to us at [email protected] and we can help!

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