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Video that shows the management of utilities in a gnoss.com community. The manager determines what types of documents are allowed in the community, the content certification policy and the synchronization with Twitter.

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Publicado el 10.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

El administrador de una comunidad de gnoss.com introduce los rss de sus contenidos favoritos. Puede acceder a su lectura y publicarlos como recursos.

 

 

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Publicado el 7.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

Las comunidades de gnoss.com permiten al administrador o administradores la certificación de sus contenidos. Puede valorarlos con el criterio que desee. En el caso de este vídeo se califica con Excelente; Muy Bueno..., pero el administrador podría poner 10; 9; 8... o Me gusta; No me gusta...

 

 

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Publicado el 7.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

Vídeo sobre la administración de utilidades en una comunidad de gnoss.com. Se determina el tipo de documentos que se permiten; política de certificación; sincronización con Twitter.

 

 

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Publicado el 7.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

El administrador de una comunidad de gnoss.com puede bloquear o expulsar usuarios. A su vez, tiene la posibilidad de modificar el rol del miembro (administrador; supervisor o usuario).

 

 

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Publicado el 7.9.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 GNOSS guide for... including GNOSS in your web site

The GNOSS widget lets you take content of the GNOSS communities to the websites of users and people interested in the information shared on the net. How does it work?
 
1. Enter the GNOSS community that you want to see on your website. In the ‘I want to’ menú you’ll find the option ‘Create a widget’. Click on it and you’ll go to the settings page.
 
2. The page shows you four options: number of resources, width, code and preview.
Number of resources: You may include a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 20 resources of the choosen community. These contents are the latest ones that have been uploaded to the community. If you want to see how they’ll be shown, take a look at this picture of the ‘Preview’. In this way, you can define the appearance of GNOSS on your web.
Width: The widget can have a width between 220 and 650 pixels. Like with the number of resources, you have a preview to see the result.
Code: the text box gives you the code you need to paste into your website so that GNOSS adds contents. Copy and paste, so easy.
Preview: it offers the look you’ve defined for your widget. As you can see, the header displays the logo and title in your community. From there, you have a resource list and a widget footer that lets you keep surfing more resources of the community.
 
 
3. As an appetizer, we’ll show you examples of GNOSS widget integrations

The Asociación de Empresas Riojanas TIC, AERTIC (ICT Companies Association of La Rioja) considered the possibility of offering its members updated contents with information about the sector. To do so, it changed the widget of its GNOSS community and expanded its size to fit the structure of its website. In this way, visitors of AERTIC web can now have a bulletin board with the constant updating that the GNOSS community enables.
 
 
 
The blog 'Ideas Aumentadas' offers a very interesting and comprehensive content on ‘marketing’. Its creator is responsible for two GNOSS communities: Branding and Marketing Aumentado. In them, he and other GNOSS users share information on these two issues. The blog offered the chance to edit a column to include more comments. At that point, the GNOSS widget has become an excellent complement to the blog entries: it enriches the blog with new contents, shows updated information and links to the GNOSS communities.
 
 

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Publicado el 9.8.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

GNOSS guide for... discovering GNOSS in ten steps

We are a little insistent, we know, but ... we want to make it very easy for you. If you’ve just signed up for GNOSS, you may have questions about what content and services you have in our network. Therefore, we offer you a guide to take your first steps in GNOSS.
  1. Surf freely and find out interesting content: GNOSS users are grouped into communities where they share information that they consider relevant or featured on a particular subject. For example, community Innova is a virtual space for scientists, researchers, technicians, entrepreneurs, managers... who want to work together to create a knowledge base with quality content on innovation. In this virtual space, you can discover and enjoy new and interesting content. You can access the list of all GNOSS communities and surf freely the most suited to your concerns and interests.
  2. Sign up: If you like the content you’ve seen in GNOSS and you feel that you also can contribute interesting and useful information to communities, we recommend that you sign up for GNOSS. As well as see the contents, you can share, comment, add your own resources to communities that are of your interest and, most important, interact with people who share the same interests as you.
  3. Share content: the base of the GNOSS communities is collaborative and participatory work of its members. Surely you appreciate the work of people who have shared and described the information that have interested you. This is a work that produces many benefits for all. So can you collaborate too. How? The easiest way is to share resources (content and information) in communities. A resource is a webpage, a PDF, an Excel spreadsheet, a PowerPoint presentation... that you want to be heard and used by other people and that you think fits with the purpose of a community. When you have joined a community, you can include these files very easily from 'Add a new resource'. For each of these resources you’ll have to put a title, a description, some tags (these are the concepts that the information you share suggests you) and make an association to the community categories. If you want to go a little further, comment other people resources, send links to your contacts, talk (we’ll tell you a bit more about this later).
  4. Upload information from your browser, Office suite or Windows: to make your work easier in GNOSS, we offer a selection of tools to share the resources you like the most from wherever you want.For example, if you think that the text document you are working on is interesting, you can upload it directly from Word to GNOSS clicking a tab.
  5. Find: in GNOSS you can look for people, organizations and resources thanks to its search tools. GNOSS allows simple and advanced searches, through the tags of people, organizations and resources, and also navigate through the elements of the categories index. Warning! GNOSS is a semantic web, which means that their systems are able to interpret or ‘understand’ the information of the documents it contains. That will help you to find what you really want in a more intuitive and personalized way.
  6. Invite your workmates and friends to join GNOSS: your interests can be very similar to those of people in your personal or professional environment. Therefore, you might want them to access the GNOSS communities and contents. You can invite them to GNOSS. Their contributions will enrich the quality and value of information and content that interest you most.
  7. Create your own communities: after having navigated through the GNOSS communities you may have identified areas without a proposed virtual space. This is your opportunity to lead, bring relevance and popularity to the content you are most attracted to. You can create and manage a community on the topic you want. Besides, you have the option of selecting the privacy level you want for your content: from maintaining the maximum confidentiality to selecting the maximum visibility in the network. GNOSS allows to create communities with the degree of privacy that is needed: private room, private, restricted access and public communities.
  8. Contact and talk with people who share your interests: Get involved with GNOSS because people and organizations (corporations, associations ...) can make contacts and friends based on their interests. GNOSS provides an internal messaging service to connect with people you choose. In addition, resources can be commented to discuss on the GNOSS contents and information.
  9. Create your curriculum vitae and your virtual hard disk (your computer on the network?): Your digital identity is important. Have you ever thought about why in the offline world you can introduce yourself at each place in the most appropriate way, while in the world of other social networks you can only be one forever? With GNOSS you can overcome these limitations and show yourself in every GNOSS community and elsewhere on the network as you consider suitable. GNOSS allows you to generate and manage different identities from a unified space. Think about it. GNOSS gives you the option of posting your curriculum vitae on the internet with an advantage over other services: you can develop as many identities as you want (it is not the same to submit your curriculum vitae in different contexts). Also, as a GNOSS user, you can have a personal space for resources to save your files. You’ll have access to them from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection. For your security, GNOSS lets you choose what information you make public (and thereby helping to build your digital reputation) and what you keep private.
  10. Work collaboratively on your projects. GNOSS has a document manager tool that allows multiple users to work together in a document, either as wikis, or as resources that have several editors and readers. This facilitates the development of a project, a scientific paper or a research report. With these tools you can create versions of a document and save its history: you can do everything a good document management application enables and always on the net!

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Publicado el 16.7.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

Los gnossonautas mandan. Para mejorar vuestra experiencia os pedimos que nos digáis qué textos de ayuda, guías o tutoriales echáis en falta en esta comunidad. Gracias por adelantado.

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Publicado el 12.7.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

 

GNOSS guide for… social networks from GNOSS
 
If you want, GNOSS may be the panel to organize your digital identity on the Net. We want to make the work easier for you, that’s why we’re adapting to your interests. GNOSS lets you share  the resources you choose with the most important social networks.  
 
When you go to the resources of a community, GNOSS gives you the option to export those contents to another network. Under the resource tags, you will find a row with the icons of the most important bookmarking services and networks (we accept more proposals, let us know your suggestions). Now, GNOSS connects with Facebook, LinkedIn, Delicious, Reddit and Negóciame.
 
For Twitter, we’ll explain more options to you:
  • Personal ‘tweets’: it enables you to write ‘tweets’ from GNOSS. To do that, go to ‘Edit profile’ in your profile (the personal or the organization one, if you are an administrator). On that page you will find an option that says ‘I have a Twitter account’. Click on it and enter your user name. Twitter will ask you for your password later. Since then, you will be able to send your ‘tweets’ from GNOSS.
    To use this new service, click on ‘Tweet' from your ‘I want to...’ menu. A text box will appear and there you can type in what you want and continue the conversation with your Twitter contacts.
  • ‘Tweets’ of a community: the microblogging service has become a media to communicate in an efficient and direct way. GNOSS offers you a new option: you can automatically broadcast on Twitter all your GNOSS community content. Each time you upload a resource you will see a ‘tweet’ with the file title, internet address… you have uploaded to GNOSS. The message will be completed with the hashtag you’ve chosen previously for your community. To activate your Twitter channel, you have to go to the ‘I want to’ menu, click on ‘Manage the community’ and then go to the ‘Utilities’ tab. Here you will find the option ‘Activate Twitter account’. The microblogging service will ask you for the username and password that you registered on Twitter previously.
  • User profile on Twitter:Our new application lets you see the profile of a user on Twitter. To do this, go to 'People and Organizations' and look for the person you want to find. Once found, go to his profile. If he has enabled his Twitter account in GNOSS, next to his biography you will see an option to 'Follow me on Twitter'.

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Publicado el 25.6.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

Guía básica para los usuarios de 'Superar la crisis'. En ella se explica cómo participar en la comunidad y añadir recursos. Para más información sobre usos de gnoss.com: gnoss101

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Compartido el 25.5.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

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