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About the Interface

The WYSIWYG Editor is often the default view when logging in using the DirectEdit link (copyright symbol) on a page. Other tabs, menus, and functionality are available depending on authority level and site design.

WYSIWYG toolbar with options


The Dashboard menu contains the Dashboard Home (or Overview), Workflow, and Inbox.

 dashboard drop down menu

Each user can customize their Dashboard view for quick access to menus. Users have the ability to compose messages and manage the workflow. Below is a sample view of a customized dashboard with expanded file navigation and gadgets.

dashboard sample view

Main Navigation Menu Bar

The main navigation bar located at the top of the screen is global to all screens and includes drop-down menus that provide access to the additional functionality grouped categorically under the menus. Depending upon the authority level, various tabs and other functionality are available.

OU Campus Main Nav Toolbar

Available drop-down menus:

  • Dashboard
  • Content
  • Reports
  • Add-Ons (if an Add-On has been added)
  • Username
  • Help

Secondary Navigation Sidebar

The secondary navigation contains a breadcrumb path to tell the user where they are located in the site.

secondary navigation bar 

Change site - (depends on authority level)

Higher level users have the ability to change sites, but most users will only have the current site listed below the Help and User information.

Content Tab

The Content tab is the most used section of OU Campus. It contains the Pages menu but it can consist of several sub-menu items depending on authority level. User level determines the available functionality of the Content tab.

content pages drop down menu

The Content menu includes:

  • Pages
  • Assets (depends on authority level)

Below is a sample Pages view where you can view all the files in the directory, create new pages, folders, and upload files.

content pages view

Hover Options

Point to a file name, and menu options will appear to edit, review, or publish the page.

hover options

Contextual Help

contextual help button

Each screen has a contextual help button which shows help topics for the current page or function.


Several reports are available to users, and extended reporting can be requested from Level 10 administrators. Email to find out more about reporting capabilities.

reports drop down menu

Below is a sample view of the Reports

reports view

Most users can run the following reports:

  • Required Actions
    • Broken Pages - view a list of pages that contain broken links to be repaired
  • Checked Out Content - users can view all the pages they have checked out
  • Pending Approvals
  • Scheduled Actions
  • Recent Saves
  • Recent Publishes

Add-Ons Tab

The Add-Ons tab provides an interface for custom applications. Available functionality can be setup by any Level 10 administrators. TTUHSC Add-Ons link directly to TTUHSC Identity Guidelines and TTUHSC OU Help.

add ons drop down

Click on one of the add on items to view the content within the OU Campus interface. Identity Guidelines provide guidance on how to represent TTUHSC as a brand including style guides and logo usage restrictions. TTUHSC OU Help takes you to the OU Campus page and Training Guide.

User Name

Shows the user name for the currently logged in user.

user drop down menu

Username drop down menu includes:

  • Settings - most user settings can only be modified by Level 10 Admins.
  • Logout - end your OU Campus session. 


Access help within the OU Campus interface by clicking on the Help main navigation menu or one of the drop-down sub-menus. Visit the OU Campus Support site for details about Version 10 features and view release notes specific to the running version of OU Campus.

help drop down menu

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