Administrators within Synapse will have the ability to view all projects created within their organization's account. This becomes a powerful tool to manage and monitor your designs and published content. 

Here are a few ways that we recommend you leverage your Project Library:

1. Adding Project Tags

Administrators can create tags which can then be applied by Project Owners at the project level. Tags are a creative way to classify and label your projects so that you can quickly sort and filter your Project Library. 

To create available tags, navigate to the Tags section (located in the navigation bar of the Home Screen) and click the Add button to create a new tag. From this page, you can also monitor the number of projects to which each tag has been applied.

Project Owners can then apply the tag to their project by clicking on the tag option to the right of the project name. 

When your projects are tagged, you can filter the Home Screen to sort of view projects with a given tag. This is a great way to find what you're looking for or see what content exists at a glance.

2. Sorting by Project Owner

Another way you can sort your Home Screen is by Project Owner. When you filter the Home Screen by Project Owner, you can see how much content has been created by a given user. Click the Project Owner header to sort your projects by this field.

3. Monitoring Publishing 

If you are leveraging the share links or SCORM export functions, you can monitor published projects from the Home Screen.

This is an easy way to see what is completed, what's still in progress, and follow-up with your team members regarding the status of projects accordingly.

4. Reviewing Due Dates

When creating a new Project, we prompt the user to enter a Due Date, which then appears in your Project Library. You can sort your Home Screen by Due Date to easily see what Projects are forthcoming and then engage your team about their status.

5. Managing Modifications 

Many clients that we work with are responsible for maintaining their content at a certain cadence. For example, some compliance-related courses may need to be updated every two years. By reviewing the Last Modified column, you can easily see which projects may need to be reviewed or updated.

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