Automatic liftups: news, events & articles
Automatic liftups are a great solution if your feed has to be regularly updated. As opposed to manual liftups, where editors have to manually add content, automatic liftups are based on tagging principles. The liftup content is designed through the selection of keywords which will fetch content whose tagging is complementary.
Steps to create an automatic liftup
Type of liftup
Select the type of automatic liftup you want to create. You can create automatic liftups to showcase news, events and articles pages. However, those content types cannot be mixed in the same automatic liftup. Therefore, you will have to choose if your automatic liftup will display news, events or articles.
Use the metadata fields (Primary and secondary tags, Relates to, Category/Content home) to define the content of your liftup. Pages will display when at least one keyword in each filled in field is matching. Note that the more fields you fill in, the fewer pages it will show and vice versa.
Select the visibility settings for your liftup. You have three options to choose from: including all page types, namely Public and Aalto Community pages; showing Aalto Community pages only; displaying Public content only.
Apply the necessary Role restrictions. You can make your liftup Public for everyone if you want any user to see it or restrict the display to Aalto Community only so that only logged-in users will be able to see it.
If the relevant pages do not show, double-check the above steps.
Automatic news liftup example
Here is an example of an automatic news liftup. This component lifts up all news pages (Public and Aalto Community) whose tagging is complementary to that of the image above.
Aalto University and Pääkaupunkiseudun Kierrätyskeskus Oy explored new ways to recycle discarded booksWhat should we do with discarded books which paper quality and ink composition vary greatly? The study showed that processing discarded books into textiles is possible, but it turned out to be costly with its own environmental impact.
Marcus Wallenberg Prize to Professor Herbert Sixta for the development of Sustainable wood-based textile fibresThe 2022 Marcus Wallenberg Prize is awarded to Professor Herbert Sixta and Professor Ilkka Kilpeläinen for the development and use of novel ionic liquids to process wood biomass into high-performance textile fibres.
More Drupal instructions
These components help you create newsfeeds, list upcoming events and create article series that update automatically.
Webpages can be tagged through a number of metadata fields. Each metadata field has a purpose, providing structure to the page (Content home) and information to search filters and feeds (Primary/Secondary tags, Relates to and Category).