This video is all about
tabs in LiveBinders. This is a tab,
and underneath the tab can be subtabs
This allows you to easily organize information in your binder
If I want to add a tab, I just
click on this yellow arrow and you will see some tab options.
I can add a tab, add a subtab,
that will go under my current tab, I can clear the tab contents,
move tab right or left, delete the tab,
or open the advanced tab menu. I’ll just add a tab.
I can add information to my tab or subtab by just typing in or
cutting a pasting a url into this box and clicking on “Insert”.
Now you will notice that the url is what ends up in the tab title
but I can just change this
by clicking up there and typing.
I can move this tab right or left from this menu,
but if I wanted to move it all the way across, the quicker way
is to go the Advanced Tab menu. Now I just went there
through the Edit menu, but you can also do that by clicking here
and opening the advanced tab menu.
If I want to move this tab all the way to the right, I would just
click, click, click from here and it moves over.
Now this menu also lets me move tabs to subtabs -
I would just select which tab I
wanted to move it under here, and move
subtabs up to regular tabs as well.
So this is a nice menu to help you move your tabs around.
The easiest way to add a website to your binder is
by using “LiveBinder It”.
When you find a website that you want to save, you just click on “LiveBinder It”.
Then you can quickly add that webpage to your existing binder
and all of your existing binders are here, in this drop down.
So if I click on “Add to Existing Binder”
and then open that binder
you’ll see that it opens to my new subtab
that I just added. The nice thing about “LiveBinder It” is that it automatically
puts the tab title into the tab.
That is a brief overview of tabs and subtabs in LiveBinders.