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How does GNOSS help me to keep me updated?

If you want to know about the last thing shared in GNOSS on topics you are interested in, we recommend you to subscribe to thesaurus categories of your communities related to your interests. If you prefer, you can also subscribe to people who publish resources that you would like to follow, or to blogs that deal with topics that you like. 
On ‘My subscriptions’ tab of your inbox, you'll see everything that is posted on the spaces for resources (communities and people’s public resources) and blogs you're subscribed to.

REMEMBER THAT YOU CAN WATCH THE VIDEOTUTORIAL IN HIGH DEFINITION. TO DO THAT, DOUBLECLICK ON THE VIDEO AND, ON ‘SETTINGS’, SELECT HIGH DEFINITION or 720p (IN THE VIDEO BOX, DOWN ON THE RIGH


 

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Publicado el 29.12.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

Would you like to share the same resource in several communities you participate in? Good news: there’s no need to upload it to each one of them, you can publish it in a community and share it with other communities. The first thing to do is to publish the resource in a community. Once you’ve done it, you’ll see the resource detail page. There you’ll see an actions menu including ‘share’. Click on this option and you’ll see a combo with the communities in which you participate. Simply select the community in which you want to share the resource and categorize it.

Not only can you share the resources that you publish, but also the ones published by other GNOSS users. If you click on the resource (both image and the name) you’ll go to the resource detail page and among the actions of its menu you’ll have the option to share the resource.

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Publicado el 24.12.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

Learn how to create a gnoss.com community after your request has been accepted. Actions: describe the community, categorize it in the gnoss.com global index, add tags, create categories of the community, choose image and open the community.

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Publicado el 1.10.2010 por Equipo GNOSS


Go to the MyGNOSS menu and clicking on the tab 'Communities'. You will see the full list of gnoss.com communities. All of them are tagged, so if you click on any of the tags that most interest you, GNOSS will show you the communities that have been described with that tag.

Have you found any community that is interesting for you? If so, you have no excuse to become a member of it (if it is public) or to request your access to it (if it is restricted or private). Just click on the name of the community and send your request. Once inside the community, if you take a tour through it you will see the recent  activity of the community and who is taking part in it.

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Publicado el 17.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

A user with organization identity, as with personal identity, has a GNOSS menu to access his inbox, his profile, the profile of his organization and to see who his organization contacts are, but also to know in which communities he participates representing his organization and which blogs he has created or can edit on behalf of his company.

Therefore, you can access the same utilities as with personal identity but there is a difference to keep in mind: a user with organization identity participates in GNOSS on behalf of his organization and therefore is subject to the guidelines established by it. The organization account manager  is the person who decides the participation mode of the organization (personal or corporate), who the users of that account  are and which of its users will represent the organization in the different GNOSS communities where the organization is involved.

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Publicado el 17.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

The manager of a gnoss.com community can block or expel users. He also has the possibility of changing the role of the community member (manager, supervisor or user).

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Publicado el 10.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

In "My communities" of your personal menu you will see the list of communities you are taking part in. You can enter any of them clicking on its name.

The GNOSS communities can be open, restricted access (your request for joining it mus be accepted) or private ones (you need to be invited to it).

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Publicado el 22.7.2009 por Equipo GNOSS

From "My profile" you can manage your digital identity in GNOSS. In the editor of biographies you can create as many biographies as you want and share them with the different communities. In "Home" you can view these biographies and see how you are introducing yourself in each community where you collaborate.

You also have a personal space for resources to manage your intellectual heritage. You can create an index of categories to organize your knowledge and choose what knowledge you make public (visible to other users GNOSS on your profile) and what you kept private so only you can see it. You can also share your resources with the communities where you participate. These communities are listed in the "communities" tab while your contributions in GNOSS (digital documents, comments, etc.) will be recorded in the "contributions" tab.

Finally, in "edit profile" you can modify and update your registration details.

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Publicado el 30.6.2009 por Equipo GNOSS

From your personal menu in GNOSS you can access your inbox, your profile and see your contacts in MyGNOSS, but also know what communities you participate in and what blogs you are creator or editor of. It is also the place where you can manage your identities in GNOSS.
In short, it is the menu that lets you move through the different GNOSS spaces with the identity you want (if you have one or more organizational identities, apart from your personal identity). For this reason, this menu is always with you in any GNOSS space (MyGNOSS, communities, blogs, etc.), but you need to display it to see it. How? You have to go to the blue box with your name and click on the little triangle next to it.

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Publicado el 30.6.2009 por Equipo GNOSS