Configure Content Views and Groups


Content Views: Grouping of catalogs and non-catalog suppliers into logical sets.

      • A single Content View can belong to multiple Content Groups. 
      • Ex: Region, Commodity, Division, Content groups are then assigned to Content Views. 

Content Groups: Users assigned to a Content View(s). This assignment determines what catalogs and non-catalog suppliers users will have access to. 

      • A single Content Group may be assigned to multiple Content Views. 


Access Content Views & Groups

Content Views & Groups are configured from the same location within Vroozi Catalog.

      • Within the Content Manager tab and select Content Views/Groups.
      • There are 2 tabs separating Content Group and Content View management.

Create a New Content View or Group

 Since Views are associated with Groups, Content Views should be created first. 


      1. Click Create from the left navigation panel.
      2. Type in the Content View or Group Name in the text field
      3. The View/Group status defaults to Active: Yes. To create an Inactive Content Group, click on it to change it to Active: No.
      4. Select Add Content Views for Content Group Creation and select Add Catalogs for Content View Creation.
        • Check the box next to the View/Group name to select it. More than one or all can be selected at a time. (shown below)
        • Save
      5. Returning to the Content Group/View draft, select Save.
        Note: Catalogs can be associated with Views at the catalog record or at the Content View Manager. 


Supplier Views

      • Suppliers not associated with a catalog can be configured as a Non-Catalog supplier and associated with a Content View at the Supplier record. (shown below)



Edit Views or Groups

Delete, Activate or Delete

      • Select the Group or View and either Delete, Activate or Deactivate. 



      • Click on the Group/View Name to reveal the edit screen. View/update name or add Catalogs/Views.
      • Remove a View or Catalog by checking the box next to the name and selecting Remove.



Click here for further details on Content Groups & Views

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