If there is content in MHP that is related to another item, for example, an article that references another article, or an object that once belonged to an organization, you can link the two content items together using the Related Content tab. Linking content is another way to track the intricacies and history of the community. It is also another way you can share information about your life with other MHP members.
Note: Linking content through the Related Content tab creates a one-way link – the link only appears on the content item you added the link to. For example, if the Rosedale Meetinghouse is a building item in MHP and a photo of the Rosedale Meetinghouse is in MHP, you can click the Related Content tab in the Rosedale Meetinghouse building item, and add a link to the photo. The link only appears on the Rosedale Meetinghouse building item. If you want the link to appear in the photo item as well, you must click the Related Content tab in the photo item and add a link to the building item.
Click the Content tab to conduct a search for the two content items you want to link together.
Click the title of the content item that you want the link to appear on. The content item opens to the Details tab.
Click the Related Content tab.
Click the Add Related Content link. The Add Related Content page appears.
In the Related Content Type drop-down list, select the type of content you are adding to the Related Content page. This populates the Related Content Name drop-down list with all of the content in MHP of that type.
In the Related Content Name drop-down list, select the file that you are adding to the Related Content page.
In the Relation text box, type a brief description explaining how the two content items are related to each other.
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