Welcome to Moon Boots. In this article we will give you a basic run down of the platform and introduce you to every page inside of the platform along with some of the cool features you will find inside. Let’s go!
The platform is built around three subscriber focused pages, Discussion, Account, and Content and one owner page called Operations. When you first subscribe to a platform in the Moon Boots network you will be greeted with the subscribe page. As an owner you have the opportunity to build out that subscribe page and give your future subscribers one last run down of what they can expect inside of your platform.
Once your new subscribers join your platform they will be greeted with their profile. If they authorize through google their profile will already be filled out with their Google account information. If they sign up with their email they will be asked to enter their name and birthday, add their location, and load in a profile picture. Our goal with requiring a photo is to help the platform look lively and avoid blank grey profile circle. If your users aren’t comfortable sharing their face just let them know they can add a pet or anything they want.
In the profile you have the ability to ask a thought provoking question. You will set this up in the Launch Checklist so don’t worry if you don’t know what that is right now. We designed the question space to help reinforce the purpose of the platform, or so that you can learn a little bit about your community. The only people that get to read these answers are you, and the person that added it to their profile. We go over everything the Account tab has for you in another article. Check it out.
Once the Profile page is filled out, your subscribers will be taken to the Discussion page. This is the heart of the platform. A social space for subscribers to post, and interact with the posts you have submitted. You can drop content, ask questions, send polls, pin posts to the top of the Discussion and even schedule posts for a later post time. We created the Discussion feed to be familiar. If you have ever been on legacy social media you will feel at home here. We go into full detail of the discussion in another support article. Check it out for more information.
After hanging out in the Discussion, subscribers will head over to the Content tab. We call it the Content page by default for instructors and teachers, but you can name it whatever you want. The purpose of this page is to organize your content into sections, like chapters of a book. Here, subscribers can keep track of the content they have seen, and mark which ones are their favorite to give you feedback as a creator on what your audience likes. In the Content page you have the ability to add tags for searching, re-order your sections any time, and create premium content to offer high tier content for a fee if that fits your model, More on the Content page in another article!
The last section to show today is called Operations. This section is only visible to platform owners, and any moderators they choose to add. Moderators have limited abilities inside of operations so check out the difference between you and your Mod in this article.Think of Operations as your command center. Here you can check quick analytics, manage users, manage your content, add affiliates, and much more. We go over Operations in detail here.
Thank you for joining us on this tour. This is a very basic run down on what the platform has to offer. We go into great detail on each page in their own articles so be sure to click the links above to learn more.