What is a case?
A case is a written testimony of an interoperability solution developed by public administrations, entrepreneurs and corporations. Cases are included in the e-Library.
Posting comment on a case
Who can post a comment on a case?
Any registered user of the platform can post a comment on a case.
How to post a comment on a case?
- Navigate to the case page on which you want to comment;
- Post a comment on the Case by:
- Clicking on the "Add comment" link. This action brings the cursor inside the comment field;
- Clicking directly in comment field;
- Once the comment is completed, click on “Save” to publish the comment.
Highlight a Case
What is a highlight?
Any member of a community can highlight content within her/his community, so that it becomes visible to other community members in chronologic order of highlighting. Nearly all content types can be highlighted within any community, including news items, events, documents, cases, factsheets, open-source software, semantic interoperability assets, and even other communities.
Who can highlight (or remove highlight) a case?
- Users belonging to at least one community can highlight cases;
- Once the case is highlighted, it is displayed in their community;
- The person who highlighted the content can remove the highlight from the content page;
- You cannot remove a highlight that you did not add by yourself; and
- Only community facilitators can remove highlights.
How to highlight (or remove highlight) a case?
To highlight a case:
- Click on “highlight this content" link;
- A list of communities in which you are belonging to will be displayed;
- Choose the communities [by checkboxes in front of them] where you want to highlight the case and click on the "highlight content" button;
- If the case has already been highlighted, either by you or by somebody else, the checkbox in front of the community's name should be already checked;
- If you want to remove the highlight, uncheck the checkbox in front of the community's name and click on the "highlight content" button.