The My Groups page is the default start page for the CMS, with 4 tabs:
The My Groups tab lists all the Groups you are a member of.
The Groups tab lists all the groups that exist within the CMS.
This tab lists links that do not work for any content within any group you are a part of, regardless of who created or has since edited that content. The CMS checks links each night, and the screen may indicate that not all links have been checked in the yellow information box.
Whenever possible, use Internal Links within the CMS to minimize broken links
Click "Edit node ####" under Operations to go to the content containing the broken link and make the necessary edits
When fixing a broken link this way, clicking 'Save' on the content will return you to this Group Broken Links tab. In order for those changes to take effect, you must return to the group's Content List and publish the updated item(s). This is a known issue to be addressed in a future revision.
The File Browser shows one folder for each Group you have access to. Each folder contains that Group's non-CMS files (PDF files, Excel files, any uploaded images – such as Slideshow Slide images, Gallery Images – etc.).
Use the links at the top to manage the files in each folder.
Launches a pop-up window to find and upload a file from your computer
Checking the Thumbnail option when uploading images will create a thumbnail in addition to saving the full image
If you wish to replace an existing file, you must delete the old file first. Uploading a file with the same name will result in a new, separate file with a number appended to the end of the filename, as seen here:
Original File: GradReqs.PDF
Deletes file from system
Before you delete any file, check with all other publishers and admins to make sure no other content is currently linking to that file. If such a link exists and the file is deleted, users will get an error. This would appear on the Group Broken Links.