Plants Editor - Main Page

1) Working Set:

This is a sorting feature that will allow you to view plants by the category they have been assigned to.

2) Modified By:

This is a sorting feature that will allow you to view plants by the person who last modified them.

3) Genus:

This is a sorting feature that will allow you to view plants by their genus.

4) Breeder:

This is a sorting feature that will allow you to view plants by their breeder.

5) Edit by plant ID:

This is a sorting feature that will allow you to view plants by their ID number. Enter the ID number and click 'Edit'.

Note: You can easily find the id number of a plant in your site by looking in the address bar with the site open, it will be displayed as 'plant_id/id#'.

Additionally, you may find the plant ID number when editing the plant in the Plant Editor. On any tab other than General if you look in the address bar you will see the ID listed as 'record_id=id#'.

6) Quick Select:

This is a sorting feature that will allow you to enter the plants name to view the record. Typing in part of the name will show all plants with that name in a drop down list below the box, select the plant you want to be taken to its editing page.

7) Modified:

To search by when a page was modified select an option from the drop down box then enter the date and click the green circle with the check mark to search.

8) Inactive Plants (No. of Plants): (Column)

These are plants that you are currently working on and have not yet published.

9) Published Plants (No. of Plants): (Column)

These are the plants that are active on your site.

10) Add New:

Click here to add a new plant. 

11) Edit:

Highlight the plant you want to edit, the plant can be in either the Inactive or Published columns then click 'Edit'. 

12) Duplicate:

Highlight the plant you want to duplicate, the plant can be in either the Inactive Published Plants columns then click 'Duplicate'. The plant will be presented exactly as if you were editing the original plant with the exception of the 'Genus' field in the General tab which will show the plant name with the word 'COPY' after it. Edit the information in the plant and save under a new name.

13) Delete:

Highlight the plant you want to delete, the plant can be in either the Inactive or Published columns then click 'Delete'.

Note: It is a good idea to never delete plants but deactivate them unless you know for sure that they are no longer needed. Restoring deleted plants (if possible) is time consuming and may be costly to you and your business.

14) Publish:

To make a Inactive plant active on your site, highlight the plant in the Inactive column and click 'Publish'. You will see the plant move over to the Published Plants column.

15) Deactivate:

To make a plant inactive highlight the plant in the Published Plants column and click 'Deactivate'. You will see the plant move over to the Inactive Plants column.

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