Introduction

This article shows you how to manage your Astrato workbooks.

Workbook Display | Starred Workbook, Edit and Preview/View |

Options Menu | Workbook Articles

Workbook Display

Workbooks always display their Name, Description, and Creation Date. If you hover the cursor over a draft workbook (Figure 1), you'll display Preview and Edit buttons (published workbooks display View and Edit buttons). There is also an Options menu, which you open by clicking the buttons with 3 dots in the top right corner.

Figure 1: Workbook Display

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Starred Workbook, Edit and Preview/View

  • Click the star above the workbook name that you'll "star" the workbook, a bit like adding a bookmark for a website (Figure 2).

  • Click Edit, to open the workbook for editing. The workbook editor articles have full instructions on editing workbooks.

  • Click Preview (or View if the workbook is published) to open a screen showing you a mock-up of the published workbook, or the published workbook.

Figure 2: Starred, Edit and Preview/View

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Options Menu

If you click the 3 dots in the top right, you'll open the Options menu (Figure 3). You'll find some options can only be used when the workbook is in a certain state. Draft workbooks have these options available.

  • Details opens the details settings, where you can edit the workbook name, description, and upload an image for the workbook logo.

  • Delete opens a dialog where you'll be asked to confirm you want to delete. The deleted workbook will no longer be displayed.

If the workbook has been published, you'll see a different set of options.

  • Manage Collections opens the settings where you can add or remove the workbook from a collection, and also create a new collection.

  • Duplicate creates a copy of the original workbook. Only published workbooks can be duplicated.

  • Delete opens a dialog where you'll be asked to confirm you want to delete. The deleted workbook will no longer be displayed.

Figure 3: Options Menu

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Astrato Workbook Articles

You can find more articles about Astrato Workbooks in the Workbooks collection on the Astrato Help Center.

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