This section contains links to each of the available tutorial catagories. You may find it helpful to bookmark this page for future reference. The answers to several frequently asked questions can also be found in the FAQs section.

This section contains tutorials related to Digital Bell functions that require Administrator privileges.

Here you can learn how to create and modify User accounts.
This section of the User Guide contains information on The Digital Bell's calendar systems.

Here you will find tutorials for the district/school, athletic, and class calendar features.
This section contains tutorials related to the types of content you can add to your Web pages.

Here you will find tutorials for adding text, images, links, and more.
Web pages are the central, public facing component of The Digital Bell.

This section contains tutorials for creating new pages, designing custom layouts, and more page-related functions.
Posts can be used to update your Web pages with new content, dynamically; as opposed to using a static Content Element, such as a Text Block.

Posts can include news articles, calendar events, or even map locations.
Your profile will include links to your class pages, contact information, and a brief introduction.

Depending on your school, this may be your first step in getting started with The Digital Bell.
The Digital Bell's Reservations system provides a way to schedule meetings, conferences, and more through your Web site.
The Site Tools section of your Digital Bell Dashboard is a collection of settings and optional features for your Web site.

Here you can set options for comment moderation, interface with your social media sites, manage your labels, configure advertisements, and more.
The Warehouse is a section within The Digital Bell that serves as a repository for the various types of content you can create or upload, including files, Text Blocks, and images.

When content is added to a Web page, it is automatically stored to your Warehouse.