Video Tutorial: Company Lists for Safari Books Online Corporate Accounts
A really useful feature we created for corporate accounts is Company Lists. Company Lists are similar to Shared lists, but are automatically added to each employee’s Safari Books Online account, and cannot be removed. If you are an account administrator and have the feature enabled, you can create Company Lists and Folders just as easily as creating personal Lists and Folders – they’re automatically added to all employee accounts.
What are Company Lists in Safari Books Online and how are they used? This video shows you.
Just as with creating your own personal Folders and Lists on your account, if you are a Company List admin, you can create them under Company Lists by clicking the + icon next to Company. This is a great way to organize content in Safari for various departments or groups within your organization – by creating a Folder for each group, you can easily organize content in Lists within that group’s Folder. For example, You can set up separate folders for your IT and Data departments that contain lists of titles that are relevant to those users. Or, you might want to set up subfolders within a “Development” folder to organize your lists of development-related topics.
As with your personal Folders & Lists, you can add content to your Company Lists simply by clicking the Add to Favorites button for that title, and selecting one of the Company Lists. You can also move a personal List into Company Lists by choosing the List in your Favorites & Folders, bringing up the Share overlay, and then choosing Company Lists in the options presented. This will make that content available to all employees in the List that you specify. Note that only Company List administrators have the ability to create or modify Company Lists. If you are interested in Company Lists, contact your account representative for more information.
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