A project page is designed so that you can describe a project and share information about it with the wider world. In Izele we define a project as a specific set of activities being undertaken by a conservation area, group, business or individual, so a project is not a stand-alone entity and always linked to a conservation organisation or person.
You can customise your Project page by editing the following sections of your page:
When Izele creates your Project page the banner picture will be blank and your profile picture will be the default image . To changes these images follow the steps on the Adding banner and profile pictures help page.
This tab appears automatically on every Project page and shows the posts from your social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram) and any posts and comments added directly by Izele users. To add or remove social media accounts and specify who can post directly on your news feed then follow the steps on the Updating the News feed tab help page.
This tab is optional and provides details on the services, products and activities that you provide. To edit the information in this tab follow the steps on the Updating the Amenities tab help page.
The Map tab is not automatically added to your Project page, which is why it is initially shown as a paler colour. Adding this tab lets you add a map to your page that shows your location, together with the location of neighbouring organisations and projects. Click on the Add this tab to the page button and then follow the steps on the Updating the Map tab help page.
The Species tab is not automatically added to your Project page, which is why it is initially shown as a paler colour. Adding this tab lets you provide a list and photos of the mammals and birds that are linked to your conservation project. Click on the Add this tab to the page button and then follow the steps on the Updating the Species tab help page.
The About tab appears automatically on every Project page and provides details about your project, lets you share documents and shows your links with other conservation organisations and projects. To edit these details follow the steps on the Updating the About tab help page.
The Settings tab is only visible to page managers and appears automatically on every Project page. It consists of five sub-tabs:
This sub-tab lets you view and edit the information that you provided when creating your Project page. You can use this sub-tab to: (1) change your project name; (2) provide information on whether you have visitors or provide ecotourism products and services, and; (3) change details on where your project is based.
This is for editting the information in the News feed tab. More details are on the Updating the News feed tab help page.
This is to update who is an administrator for the page. More details are on the Page administrator help page.
This edits the information showing your organisations’ partners, supporters and beneficiaries in the About tab. More details are on the Specifying page relationships help page.
This shows whether your page has a subscription to any extra Izele services.