Displaying catalogue items: lists
To create your first list go to the catalogue and click on the “0 lists” button.
Display all items
The simplest list is one that displays all items. Just enter the list name, press “Save” and you ‘re done. This will show all catalogue items alphabetically.
Display only favorite items
A very useful list is one that only shows the user’s favorite items, so you can let the user pick the items he likes and place this list in your home screen for him to have easy access to his favorite ones. To create such a list just tick on the “Shows only favorite items” checkbox.
Display a group first then the items
When your catalogue has many items, belonging to one or more groups it is very handy to display first one group, let the user choose and then display the relevant items. For example display first the Business type, let the user choose one type (e.g. “IT systems”) and then display only the items in this type.
Display only items that belong to a specific group.
Same case as above, but now you have already selected “IT Systems” when defining the list, so you display these items at once.
Display a group first, then another, then the items.
If your items are really – really many, you can have the user go through more than one group to navigate to the items he wants to see. For example display first the Business type, so the user has to select one type (e.g. “IT systems”) and then display the Halls so the user has to select one hall too (e.g. “Hall 1”). So the user will only see the items of type IT systems inside Hall 1.