The easiest way to get around APAN is to remember key buttons and links.
Search enhances your experience with smart queries and relevant suggested results.
When you type a term into the search field, APAN displays the search results along with the filter buttons. These include the current context, such as a group name, Groups/Sites, and People buttons. Clicking any of these buttons will narrow the results of the search only to that filter.
You can search for items within Telligent Groups by selecting to search within that COI or Anywhere.
When you type search terms into the search field and press Enter, the results are displayed with the Advanced Search Options.
APAN supports performing wildcard searches using question (?) or (&) for people and groups.
There are a couple of ways to search for a group.
In the main APAN header, you'll see an icon that resembles a hamburger, or has 3 horizontal lines. When this icon is clicked, a drop down will appear.
The drop down lists only Telligent groups and classifies groups into the following categories:
HADR, Conferences, Exercises, Workgroups
AFRICOM, CENTCOM, SOUTHCOM, SOCOM
An easy way to access your groups:
At this time we do not have a search mechanism in place for Sites. Contact the Site owner for their SharePoint URL.
If you believe this to be a valuable feature, please make this recommendation by creating a Help Desk ticket.
An easy way to access your SharePoint Sites:
Colleagues can be found using your Group's activity feed or the search functionality.
To review colleagues, go to your APAN Profile. For more information, see the colleagues section within Group Basics.
Content may be searched for within your Group's activity feed or the search functionality as mentioned above.
Within the URL, you will also see common denominators specific to the type of content. This is helpful for future reference to know if the content is within a group's blog or wiki for example.
w - wiki; b - blog; m - media gallery; f - forum