When you publish content in Colibo, it is important to be aware of what type of content it is and where it typically belongs. In Colibo we distinguish between two overall types of content: Static and dynamic.
- Mostly documents and wikis
|- Mostly a part of the feed
Static content is typically documents that are not always relevant for everyone, but always will be relevant for some. This includes templates, politics, and guides about the organization and terms of employment.
Dynamic content is typically news, posts, comments etc. which will only be relevant for a while, and does not necessarily contain knowledge that the reader/user should return to later.
Dividing it into static and dynamic content will help you get the most user-friendly and relevant intranet for each employee.
There are several factors to consider when creating content:
What content can you accept will “disappear” after a while? If you are aware of what type of content you publish, it will be easier to navigate in as a recipient.
With every kind of content consider who should read it? And who does this information concern?
Be sure to target dynamic content to the relevant recipients, so the end users will feel that they don’t spend time on reading things that are not important to them.
Concerning static content, you should also consider who should have access to the documents? You can target static content to end-users through different types of permissions in the wiki areas. This way you decide whether end-users should be able to edit documents or only read them.