You can enable targeted branding of a user's What's New or Classic Home page based on the assigned Position Group, an attribute associated with their Position Code. For example, you can have a home page designed exclusively for Sales people and another for Service technicians. Functionally, when a user logs in, the LMS will identify their position group and display a designated home page with customized HTML content. Users who are not in positions groups with special home page content will be presented with the portal default.
To enable this, the Add/Edit Position Group page includes a parameter to identify which page the position group will view as their home page.
Step 2: Find and Edit the Position Group
Since it is also possible to also brand an organization’s home page, there must be an order of precedence when defining what home page will be shown. Home page branding follows this order of precedence:
Position Group Home Page HTML will override ->
Organization Home Page HTML will override ->
Portal language specific default Home Page HTML
This means that if you have Position group branding and Organization branding, the designated home pages that are for a specific position group will display instead of the organization branding. If you have a position group with a default home page, but you have built a branded organization page, the organization branding will show. If you have position group branding, but no organization branding, the position group branding will show. If you have no branding in either position group or organization, the system will go to the default home page HTML.
Portal administrators can customize the look and feel of their LMS by selecting any of the following tools from the left navigation menu, under Site Management.
For basic instructions on using these features to re-design your LMS, see related document: Customize the LMS with Branded Content, Color, and Style.