We do recommend that you use either Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome as they offer a quicker loading time than the others, but YearbookFusion Online is compatible with any web-browser. Welcome to YearbookFusion Online. This guide will help you get started and plan out your yearbook process from start to end. Hit Enter on your keyboard to go to YearbookFusion Online. YearbookFusion Online will launch. You can assign roles to your committee members, providing them various levels of access and editing privileges based on their assigned role.
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We do recommend that you use either Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome as they offer a quicker loading time than the others, but YearbookFusion Online is compatible with any web-browser.
Welcome to YearbookFusion Online. This guide will help you get started and plan out your yearbook process from start to end. Hit Enter on your keyboard to go to YearbookFusion Online. YearbookFusion Online will launch.
You can assign roles to your committee members, providing them various levels of access and editing privileges based on their assigned role. You can then set up their account, including assigning a role. Their role will define their level of access to the book. You can automatically send the team member a Welcome email Send Confirmation email: Yes so they will be able to login to the book and start working.
Click Save to create the team member. Continue to make new team members, or continue on to Step 3. Note: you can make changes to team members at any time after they are created. Select the Admin tab. Check the settings under Book Settings.
If the product selected is correct, make no changes. If you are under contract to make a different type of book other than the one specified, edit the product to select the correct product. You can update the form factor as required — the new settings will apply to all of your pages.
You can add pages to your book from a variety of sources. You can create multiple sections at once. Provide a title for the section eg. The templates can be completely customized. To add a template, hover over Add Pages and click Template.
Click on the Folder thumbnails to choose your category of choice. When you find a template you want to use, hover over it, and click Add to book. The template will be inserted into your ladder. You can also drag templates to a specific location on your ladder. Hover over Add Pages, then click on My Sections.
Search for the page you want to add. You can also drag it the layout to the ladder. Duplicate a section Any section already on your ladder can be duplicated. Hover over the section on your ladder. With this action, you can make multiple copies of custom-made pages you want to use as a template in your book. Once the import is complete, you can add portrait pages to your ladder.
See Steps 8 and 9 below for details. Step 5: Assign Sections to Your Team Members To assign a section to a team member, hover over the section and select Assign this page for editing. To see who a page is assigned to or make changes to the assignment at any time, hover over the page on the ladder, then click on the Team icon.
Your section will launch in the online editor. When a section is opened, a lock will appear on it in the ladder. Note: If you unlock and edit a page currently being edited by another team member by clicking on the lock icon , they WILL lose any unsaved changes. Note: your project will be auto-saved during the process. Adding Images Photos, including decorative clipart and background papers, are accessed in the top right-hand corner of the Editor. Add images from your local drive.
Optionally, make a folder in the Gallery by right-mouse selecting inside it — choose New Directory and create a name for it. Click into the folder, then Add images. Point to your local images, multiselect them, then upload them to your folder.
If the images that you want to add to the folder are not next to each other, simply hold the CTRL key and click on the images that you want. For the Mac, use the Cmd key to do the same thing. When the upload is finished, the images will appear in the top bar, available to drag and drop on your canvas.
Add images from your Dropbox. Within your Photo Gallery, you will find a folder named Dropbox. The Dropbox, and all folders created within it, have a URL web address that you can distribute to members of your community.
Once their photos are uploaded, they will be available for use in your book. Navigate to the Dropbox folder, and the folders within it, to select it. The images will appear on the top bar, available to drag and drop your canvas.
Add decorative embellishments. Navigate up to this folder, and browse among the collections of thousands of pieces clipart, papers, cover papers, and headers. Add Images from Facebook. At the top of the Editor, select this option to log into your Facebook account. Log in, then navigate to your images folders within Facebook. Drag the images to the canvas to use them. Please note that your login will not grant permanent access to your Facebook account unless you are logged into Facebook on your browser, or you choose to turn on the checkbox to remember the connection.
Follow the on-screen steps to import your database index file and your portraits. To import portrait photos from multiple subfolders, select the contents of one folder, upload the images, and then choose the next folder, until all the images have been added to your online database. Edit the database information eg. However, any changes made to the portrait database will not automatically update in portrait pages you have already created.
As such, you would need to edit those pages again and sync them with your changes. Hover over Add Pages and click on Portrait to open the portrait wizard. Follow the on-screen steps to create a section of portraits. After you complete these steps, one or more pages of panels will be generated and appear on your book ladder.
You can then open the panel pages to decorate them with clipart,add a background, change fonts, and select border shapes and colors on your images. Note: you can make changes in your Portraits tab after reflowing your pages. The yellow triangle on the page thumbail, on the Book ladder, lets you easily see which pages are no longer in sync with your database after your changes. To sync your pages after making changes to your database, click to open the section in the editor.
At the top left of the editor you will see the current Status of the page. Click the blue circle icon to sync the section with the database changes.
A message window will open asking you if you are sure you would like to make the change, click Yes, refresh this section. The page will reload and the Status will change to Up to date with a green checkmark. Step 9: Manage Your Pages To remove a section, hover over it in the ladder, and click on the trash can icon.
To change the order of your sections, click and drag a page to a new location within your book ladder. To swap pages, drag one page over another. On the Book ladder, select Submit this page to be reviewed. Managers and Co-Managers can approve or reject pages. Once approved, they are locked for editing. This provide both you and your publisher an online preview to proof before final submission. Click View Preview under your Submission to see an online slideshow preview.
Move through the online preview by swiping left and right, to move through the pages. To close the preview, click X at the top right. If you need to make more changes, click Reject Proof. This will delete the current proof allowing you to make any changes. Resubmit the proof to start the process again. If you approve the proof, click Submit. Submitting your book gives your publisher the go-ahead to print your book. If you edit a page, those changes will not be printed. We sincerely hope it was a pleasant and rewarding experience.
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