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- What is Library?
- Uploading Files to Library
- Tagging Library Items
- Setting Permissions for Users to View
Figure 1: Example library for athlete. You can upload PDFs, videos, and images.
The library is a place to store videos, photos and documents related to an athlete. The Library helps replace your filing cabinet and allows you to store things like alina-bod photos, evaluation docs, exercise form evaluation videos, general photos and more. Full instructions for uploading files into an Athlete's Library
Figure 2: Example of a dialog box to upload files into an Athlete's library.
Through Athlete Central, you can upload files into an athlete's library. All files automatically sync to the athlete's mobile device and athletes receive the updates instantaneously. Full instructions for tagging library items
Figure 3: Example showing the "Workouts" tag for a library item in an athlete's library.
Tagging files allows you to easily sort and manage files uploaded into an athlete's library. Tagging will help you locate and sort through files quickly and efficiently. You can include as many or as little tags as you want for items. To create a tag, go to your file, and locate the "Tag(s)" section and input tags or keywords of your choice. Full instructions for managing user permissions
Figure 4: Example list of permissions for installation. Includes name, brief description of permission, and creation/update timestamp.
Permissions allow you to enable access for an individual or group of users to perform a certain action to a certain section within the application. First, you need to create permission roles to organize your users and then you can assign the created permissions to your users. Any exceptions for individual users are set in individual permissions.
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