Creating News modules

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To add News modules for NetClient CS, NetStaff CS, or Employee Self-Service  users, follow these steps.

  1. In the Admin tab of the navigation pane, do one of the following.
    • Click the News link in the NetClient CS section to create a News module for NetClient CS and Employee Self-Service users.
    • Click the News link in the NetStaff CS section to create News modules for NetStaff CS users.

    Note: If you don’t see these links, you don’t have access to these areas.

  2. Click the Add button at the bottom of the News Modules pane.
  3. In the Identification section on the right, enter a name for and a description of the module and then click Enter.
  4. NetClient CS News modules only: To make this News module available to Employee Self-Service users, click the Enable button, mark the checkbox for each Employee Self-Service user who needs access to the module, and then click Enter.

    Note: The Enable button is available only if you have access to Employee Self-Service administration.

  5. In the Module News section, click the Add Article button.
  6. Enter a name for the news article and then enter a brief description of the article in the Article synopsis field.
  7. In the Article content area, enter the full text of the news article. You can use the toolbar at the top of the Article content area to format the text.

    Notes

    • You can add images to news articles.
    • To view the HTML code while adding text, click the HTML button.
    • To expand the dialog to cover the entire screen, click the Toggle Full Screen Mode button. Click this button again to view the dialog at its normal size.
  8. Click Enter to add the article.
  9. Give users access to the News module.

Related topics

News administration

Editing or deleting News modules or articles

Adding or editing images in news articles

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