Path: Community Settings >> Customization >> Tabs Settings

  1. Customize tabs
  2. Tags Tab
  3. Sorting Ideas

Customize Tabs

This section allows the administrator to enable/disable various tabs. The administrator can select the tab they would like to see as default on the homepage, meanwhile, also drag and arrange the other tabs as per the order they would like to see it. The checkmark indicate default tab.

Customize tabs section is a part of Basic settings.

  1. Random Tab: This tab will display ideas in a random sort order.
  2. My Ideas Tab: This tab will display all the ideas posted by the user. Enabling this tab will open up the option to select 'Default "My Tab" '. This has a dropdown with the list of tabs from out of them to select which should be displayed as default. 
  3. Recent Tab: This tab will display the ideas which are recently submitted.
  4. Popular Tab: This tab will display the ideas based on smart score.
  5. Trending Tab: This tab will display the ideas based 100% on views, more recent views weight higher than less recent views.
  6. Tags: This tab will display a listing of ideas by 'Tags'. 

Tags Tab

Tags tab will display a tag listing for all the ideas. In this tab, tags are listed in order of frequency (highest to lowest).

Moderator View: Moderator will see two sections of the tag list with the label "Community Tags" and "Moderator Tags".

Non-Moderator View: Community members, administrators and other non-moderator will see only the tag listing without any community tags label. 


Display Mode: 

The tab will display the tags in two type mode:

1. If you select the "Tags" tab show a tag listing for browsing and selecting from all tags.

2. If you select any hyperlinked tag word, it shows an idea listing for that tag word.

Follow Tag: By clicking on 'Follow Tag', you can follow any specific tag.
Show All: By clicking on 'Show All' you can go back to all tag views.

Click here to know more about Follow Tags

Please Note: 'Tags' tab should be available if the tags are enabled from the tabs settings.

Sorting Ideas

Arrows seen next to the tab name allow the ideas to be sorted on the basis of Date or Votes. Clicking on the current activated tab toggles the sort direction, up / down. (For example, toggling the popular tab switches sorting from the most popular ideas on top to the least popular on top).

1.Recent Tab - Ideas are sorted based on dates.

2.Popular Tab -
In the Popular tab, if there is no stage filter, ideas will be ordered by a smart score. If a cumulative stage is selected, ideas will be ordered by net votes collected in all of the cumulative stages. And if a stage-specific stage is selected, orders will be based on votes collected only in the specific stage. 

  1. Ideate Stage: While an idea is in the ideate stage of a campaign, the popular tab will continue to sort ideas by top votes. In campaigns, "All Ideas" also will continue to show ideas with top votes. 

In the Ideate Stage, Popular Tab sorting will be done as follows: 

  • When a community has a single ideate stage, ideas should be sorted based on the ideate vote count (either cumulative or per stage)
  • When a community has a multiple cumulative ideate stage, ideas should be sorted based on the cumulative ideate stage
  • When a community has a mixed ideate stage (some cumulative, some per stage voting), ideas should be sorted based on smart score.
  • When a community has a multiple per-stage voting ideate stages, ideas should be sorted based on smart score.

2. Build Team: While an idea is in build team stage of a campaign, this will sort by a number of members joined/added to build stage. Example: idea with 3 of 5 team members joined will be on top compared to the idea with 2 of 5 team members joined.

3. Refine Stage: While an idea is in the refining stage of a campaign, this will sort by the number of questions answered. Example: Refinement idea with 4 of 5 questions answered will be on top compared to refinement idea with 3 of 5 questions answered.

4. Estimate Stage: While an idea is in the estimate stage of a campaign, this will sort by higher 'Estimate % Return On Investment'. Example: ideas with a 50% return on investment will be on top compared to ideas with a 30% return on investment.

5. Pairwise Comparison: While an idea is in the pairwise stage of a campaign, this will sort by 'Overall Score by % comparisons won'. Example: ideas with 80% comparisons won will be on top compared to ideas with 60% comparisons won.

6. ReviewScale: While an idea is in the reviewscale stage on a campaign, this will sort by 'Impact Ratio scores'. Example: Ideas with impact ratio of 1.80 will be on top compared to ideas with 1.20 impact ratio.

7. Fund Stage: While an idea is in the fund stage of a campaign, this will sort by higher funding %. Example: Ideas with 85% funding will be on top compared to ideas with 50% funding.

8. Assessment: While an idea is in the assessment stage of a campaign, this will sort by overall rating received. Example: Ideas with an overall rating of 4 stars will be on top compared to ideas with 3 stars.

9. Archived Stage: While an idea is in the archived stage of a campaign, this will sort by top votes.

In the below image the ideas in the popular tab are sorted by the number of votes as the idea is in ideate stage.

3. Trending Ideas - Ideas are sorted on the basis of 100% on views, more recent views weight higher than less recent views.

4. My Ideas - Ideas are sorted on the basis of the assignment.

5.Random Tab - Ideas are listed in a random manner.

Click here to know more about Customize "My" Tabs

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