Haiilo has a range of apps that are designed to serve specific use cases. Apps can be installed in pages or communities and are responsible for providing or processing information. While some apps have space for widgets, others, such as the form or documents app, serve their individual use case independently.
Apps include the following:
- Enabling apps: Admins can turn individual apps on or off for pages, communities, or both in Administration > Features > Apps. This way, you can decide which apps can be used in pages or communities or at all on the platform. You can also determine if the app can only be managed and added by moderators.
- Apps: There are 11 apps in Haiilo. Each app has its own article explaining its settings:
- App groups: Group and order your apps efficiently in groups to make it easier for users to find what they need by topic. App groups are given a title and apps are placed inside the group by dragging and dropping.
- Adding apps: Users with appropriate permission can add the enabled apps to pages and communities. Learn more in these articles:
- Deactivating apps: Users with appropriate permission can deactivate an app from its settings. Deactivated apps are not visible to users. Only the page or community admins can access deactivated apps and their content. Reactivating an app makes it available to all users again.
- Apps on mobile: In the mobile app, native apps open directly in the app and non-native apps open in a mobile browser window. Learn more in this article:
- "Manage apps of a page": Allows users to add and manage apps on a page. Only apps that have been activated in the Administration can be added.
- "Manage apps of a community": Allows users to add and manage apps in a community. Only apps that have been activated in the Administration can be added.
- "Manage features": Allows users to access and manage the Features settings in the Administration. Features include managing apps and widgets for the platform.
Furthermore, to add apps, you need to be an admin of the page or community to which the app is being added.