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  • Login to LiveWhale

    You can access the login screen by going to your LiveWhale website and append /livewhale to the end of the url (ex., https://www.your-university.edu/livewhale). This link will redirect you to the LiveWhale login screen below. Use the username and pa...

  • Forgotten usernames and/or passwords

    If you’ve forgotten your username or password for LiveWhale, an option is provided to help you retrieve your username and reset your password. At the LiveWhale login screen (http://your-url.edu/livewhale/?login), click Forgot your password? ...

  • Changing an email address tied to a LiveWhale account

    From the LiveWhale Dashboard, click Settings at the top corner of the screen. Enter the new email address in the E-mail field. Click the Save settings button.

  • Changing your LiveWhale password

    From the LiveWhale Dashboard, click Settings at the top corner of the screen. Enter a new password into the New Password field. If you do not see the password field to change your password, your system uses a central authority for user access; cont...

  • Receiving e-mail notifications

    From the LiveWhale Dashboard, click Settings at the top corner of the screen. Check the box Send notifications via e-mail. Choose an option from the drop-down menu to receive all notifications or only important notifications. Click the Save set...

  • Switching between LiveWhale groups

    Switching between groups in LiveWhale is allowed only if you are an administrator, or if an administrator has assigned you permission to switch to a particular set of groups. The name of your current group will appear at the top corner of the screen...

  • Moving events between groups

    Moving Events Click on Event List Check the box next to the event to move Select Move to Group from the drop-down menu Select the group to move to from the second drop-down menu that appears Click Go

  • Put Your Content on the Map

    In LiveWhale, most all forms of dynamic content— like news stories and events— can be geo-located, and it’s easy to do. We call it LiveWhale Places. For instance, when you’re editing a story you can Plot it on a map. You can either type the name of ...

  • Working with Dynamic Content

    “Content management” and “Web page editing” aren’t the same thing. The fact is, everything on your Web site is content, and a CMS ought to be a place to manage all of it. LiveWhale users manage and share news stories, events, images, photo galleries,...

  • Content Strategy: Sharing, Tagging and Community Tools

    Well-written, relevant content is the key to a great site. LiveWhale helps your content flow. Content strategy is (finally!) becoming popular in the higher education world. Most content management systems seem to be nothing more than an interface fo...

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