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I saw this article already. But I can’t seem to get the anchor link to work in a url. For example, if I wanted to give my colleague a url to a specific anchor, the url loads up fine, but it doesn’t anchor.Here is a more explicit example: If I put an anchor called “aboutDogs” in my guru card, when I click on the url (for example https://app.getguru.com/card/12345/animal#aboutDogs) - the url loads up fine - but the browser doesn’t skip to the About Dogs section.How can I provide a url to an anchored section?
I love Guru as a product overall, but man I just can’t with the lack of a Table of Contents feature! I simply cannot WAIT for them to create it. In the meantime, to the community at large, I ask: What should a proper Table of Contents feature in 2022 be able to do? I think at the very least,Auto-generate a table of contents at the top of the Card Include in the table of contents all headers & sub-headers in the Card Allow the user (me) to hide / show items in the table of contentsWhat do you all think?Matt
Now that Guru is our source of truth, I am hoping to reduce the number of places SMEs need to update content when things change. We use Workramp as an LMS, which allows Guru cards to be embedded. I’m finding that the Guru card isn’t formatted in the most useful way in Workramp, though. It looks clunky in that context, and makes the Workramp flow seem a bit disjointed. Wishful thinking, but is there a way to sync only SOME of the card content from a card into Workramp? Is that anything that would ever be on the horizon?
Knowledge Fest by Guru 2022 - a free two-day event uniting knowledge managers and thought leaders shaping the new world of work - is quickly approaching on Sept. 28-29! We’re in high gear confirming speakers and designing a stellar program of sessions, and would love your input...what types of workshops and community collaboration/networking opportunities would you find most valuable?Workshops will be opportunities for you to meet in small groups and collaborate to solve common challenges — things like how to drive company-wide adoption of KM tools, content architecture dos and don'ts, how to create an internal newsletter that teams will love, etc.What workshop topics would you love to see? What types of folks are you most excited about connecting with?Please share any and all feedback and ideas below! Copying in a few folks who expressed interest recently 😉 @Lindsey Hart @Ali Berman @Jose Paez @Valerie Renda @Nina Frank @Shona Fenner @Allanah Hughes @Laura Jolly @BethAnne Freund @Car
Is there a way to print a card where the formatting of the card will remain? I have a group that would like to be able to print a card and take the printed version with them to do inventory vs. taking their laptop to look at the card to do inventory or their mobile. Below is what has been tried?Right click on the card and print - formatting shows the entire web page Coping the content of the card to a document - if there are pictures they are not showing What has been able to print is PDF’s linked to cards Any suggestions?
What have you all learned about the causes of burnout at your organizations (e.g., through ENPS or other employee experience surveys)? What effects has employee burnout had on teammates and the business? How has information overload - both the volume of information and the proliferation of tools and notifications - contributed to burnout you’ve experienced or observed on your teams? So many questions...would love to hear different perspectives from the community!@Julia Soffa (Principal Internal Communications Manager at Guru) explored this topic recently at Knowledge Fest, and it was fascinating to hear her insights and recommendations for how to combat information overload, and burnout, in the workplace.There wasn’t time for Q&A after the session, so I wanted to pull in some questions from the chat for follow up discussion:Erin Grau asked: “Can you share how you use Loom? I'm so intrigued, but it seems a bit intimidating.” @Tim Subealdea asked: “My team sends weekly announcements
I was wondering if there was a way to see all the relevant cards for a search result. We recently changed some terminology within the company and it requires us to make a mass update to many of our Guru Cards. Unfortunately, I’m only able to see 50 out of the ~400 cards that may be relevant to my search and I’m unable to use the Card Manager to filter for attributes. Wondering if anyone has any insight into what I can do. Is there a way to export a list of my search results?Thanks in advance!
Hi,Is it possible to sign in to the Guru Outlook add-in with SSO? In my case, my organization uses SAML SSO with Azure Active Directory. When I install the add-in, I’m presented with the sign in options from the website. However, I am unable to log in with a username and password; Usually I sign in by using a saved link to one of our collections, which automatically redirects me to the SSO if I’m not signed in.Help on this would be appreciated, since we’re hoping to roll out the Outlook add-in to our users at some point, but this is a bit of a blocker.Thanks,David
Within our CX organization we have multiple teams that use tools that point our agents to Guru Cards for additional details (e.g. Salesforce flows, Training modules, etc.)Unfortunately, our Knowledge Management team doesn’t have visibility on all tools that reference our Cards so we can easily disrupt a flow/training if we make significant changes (or archive) to a Card.Our manual solution that we adopted about a year ago was to use tags so we at least know that another tool has a dependency on a specific Card. That said, it’s not super thorough and it requires us to email/Slack a team if a large change is made. Guru’s linked Card feature is a perfect example of the visibility we need for other tools/software that our teams use. This will give us a better idea of what Card edits/updates will have downstream to any linked Trainings, Salesforce Flows, etc. I’m curious how other teams keep track of changes to Guru content that impact other tools at their company?Does anyone know what type
We’re planning on incorporating videos into many of our cards as we develop our content. We have been using Loom so far, but does anyone use something they like better? We’re lukewarm on Loom, it does the trick but we don’t like how the preview appears on the card before it’s played. What are others using to record videos for content in their cards? Do you have something that you especially like with it’s integration in Guru?
How do you build trust across your teams in a KM solution, or any other tool for that matter? And once you earn their trust, how do you keep it? We’ve probably all grappled with this challenge at one time or another. If folks don’t trust the system, chances are pretty slim that they’ll even give it a shot, let alone spend enough time learning the tool and using it enough to build behaviors that become habits.Lucky for us, @Dana Tessier (Director, Knowledge Management at Shopify) has a ton of experience and wisdom around building and sustaining trust in KM systems, and shared her insights with us last week at Knowledge Fest. After sharing her story, reflections, and best practices for building trust among teams in a KM system, Dana fielded questions from the live audience. Here are a few additional questions that came in that we didn’t have time to cover:@Gary Morin asked: “You mentioned knowledge was 96% up to date before Guru, but "over 90%" after. Was there a bit of a drop? If so, th
Dropping by to say that we updated the open source guru-cli tool. We created it a year or so ago to help with a few admin tasks. The most important update in this version fixes an error that occurred whenever a group was set as a verifier of a card rather than an individual.Some things you can do with the guru-cli:Verify any article on behalf of a user Find/replace across any or all collections Verify ‘expired’ articles Plus some other stuff!If this sounds useful to you, here’s the npm homepage: https://www.npmjs.com/package/guru-cliGithub: https://github.com/pliancy/guru-cli
Why are some cards showing revisions made after verification, but no changes were made to the content?
Hello! So my team is dealing with an interesting conundrum. There was a Guru card that was recently verified, but it showed up as a revision in the revision history. However, comparing revisions doesn’t show any changes to the content at all.We’ve only noticed this once so far, but it’s something we want to get to the bottom of because we have a Zapier automation that gathers all Guru cards that have been edited, and this one card that was simply verified made it on this list, even though no edits were made.Does anyone have any insight on what might be happening here?
Is anyone else experiencing difficulty when moving cards into different boards/sections with the new navigational layout? This used to be so easy before the change and now I have to move it and drop it in a spot a few times before the card ‘sticks’ to the new spot.
Hi. We just got finished with the first full draft of a style guide for content in Guru and someone suggested sharing it here since other posts here have been helpful for us. It’s based around the three main values at our company, which you can see towards the bottom of our careers page.You should be able to see the style guide here:https://app.getguru.com/card/c9ApakGi/Platformsh-style-guideDo any of you have any helpful examples or advice for style guides?
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