We're building Tettra to be the best place for you to organize and share knowledge and ideas with your team. Here are some things you can do with Tettra pages.
Any page can be edited by any user who has access to it. To edit a page, click the edit link above the title of each page.
We made it easy to add files, @mentions of you teammates, images, page references, and embedded content in our editor.
Each page has a page owner. The page owner is responsible for keeping the content on that page up to date. The owner will also be notified of any comments made to that page. You can change a page’s owner when editing a page.
Any user can comment on a page by using the comment form at the bottom of each page. The page’s owner will be notified of any comments if you have Slack notifications enabled. Include an @mention in the comment to notify other teammates.
Pages can be published in a single category. Categories can be viewed by any team member unless they're invite-only. To restrict access to certain pages, create an invite-only category and select who you want to be able to view pages in that category.
Pages can also be filed in Subcategories. To file a page in a subcategory, use the dropdown on the category or page view, and select "move".
You can then select the category and subcategory you want to move the page to.
Check out this article for more information on moving pages and subcategories.
Page viewers, reactions, and thank yous
When you publish a Tettra page, it's really useful to know if your teammates have viewed it and what they think of it.
Page viewers allow you to see who has ever viewed each page. You'll find page viewers at the bottom of each page.
Page reactions allow you or your teammates to add an emoji reaction to any page (just like Slack!)
Thank you's allow you to thank the page owner. Use this when the page has helped answer a question. The page owner will be notified and you'll be able to keep track of how relevant the page has been to your users.
You'll also get a detailed version history for each change that's been made to a page. This is useful to see what's been updated in a page.
You can view the version history of a page by clicking on the timestamp below the page title:
Alternatively, you can click on the dropdown menu and select "View version history":