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Atlas Redesign Update

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The Atlas team is proud to present the next stage of the Atlas Redesign Project! Since the previous redesign, we’ve continued to listen to our members’ comments and suggestions about Atlas and believe we are moving in the right direction. 

Take some time to review the updates and learn about the strides we have made to enhance your experience with Khoros and our community. 

Let us know what you think about the changes here in the comments or in Suggestions for Atlas! Your feedback will continue to drive the changes that you want to see.

Navigation Bar

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As the most common starting point for users, the Navigation Bar has been a focal point for the team. 

This update comes with a now beautifully interactive menu where color-coded category tabs light up. We also fixed a few issues from previous iterations by placing a permanent search bar and solving the disappearing category icons. 

Category Page

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Every category in Atlas is unique, filled with a wealth of information for you to discover. We wanted our category top pages to reflect that.

Each category now has product colors for visual signposting, keeping in line with the navigation bar theme. We reduced the number of category cards and shifted the group hub component higher, making it easier to distinguish discussion types and find content. 

*Release notes are now located in the blogs area.

 

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Search

The process of searching the community has been streamlined with a few simple changes. 

Filters are now located on the left sidebar, and more visibility is given to the basic search options. We are currently continuing work on improving search performance. 

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Three Dot Menus

We have replaced the three vertical dots menu (kabob menu) on Search, Group Hubs, Blog/TKB Dashboard, and Private Messages with more descriptive options. This gives users better visibility into the purpose of different menus.

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