PASS - Adding Guest Homepages and Tiles (9.2)
Information and a how-to guide instructing staff on adding and editing their personal homepages and tiles.
PASS 9.2 is designed to allow users to personalize custom homepage(s) to make navigation faster and more efficient.
**Please note your screen(s) may appear differently than the images shown below, based on the access you’ve been granted. Please use this document as a guide on how to navigate, so you can see the options available to you within the Navigator/menus.**
After logging in, the main page will appear similar to the one shown below:
A video also exists that covers much of this information. You can view the video by clicking on the PASS Quick Start tile on your homepage as shown below or by clicking this link: Quick Start.
Buttons on the top right corner are used to navigate in PASS 9.2:
The drop-down arrow next to the homepage name will display the list of all available homepages you can choose from:
a. Home icon - This button returns to the default homepage.
b. Magnifying Glass icon - This button is used to search for pages and provide navigations.
c. 3 Bars Action icon - This button expands menu to allow for additional actions.
d. NavBar icon - This button expands the navigational menu similar to the one previously used.
If you are signing into PASS 9.2 for the first time and do not have My PASS Homepage listed as one of your homepages in the homepage drop-down, you'll need to add it to complete the steps in the next section of the how-to article.
- From the homepage you logged into, click the 3 Bars Action button.
- Click Personalize Homepage.
- Click Add Homepage on the left side of the screen.
- Choose My PASS Homepage from the Add Homepage popup.
- Click Save. You will be sent to the My PASS Homepage showing you it has been added.
Menu Structure provides a navigational hierarchy. When you click the Expand arrow (right facing arrow) located on the right of a menu for the 9.2 fluid menu or the left for the classic menu, the associated folders and possible links are displayed. You can continue to click the Expand arrow until all the folders have been expanded. There are 2 menus that appear in version 9.2. The main fluid navigation menu process flow is on the right side of the page and is shown here:
The classic navigation process flow, which was used in version prior to 9.2 versions, is on the left side of the page and only seen when a classic page is invoked. It is shown here:
If you have questions, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 608.342.1400 or email@example.com. You may also visit the Help Desk on the first floor of the Karrmann Library.