Basic terms

When using SlashPage, there are some basic terms that you need to know such as site, page, channel, block, and /(slash). With this guide, you can find out what each of these are and how to use them.
In SlashPage, one “Site” is equivalent to one homepage. You can create multiple sites with one account, each with a distinct URL (i.e. https://slashpage.com/xxx). When you first create a site, you only see a blank page, but you can add other pages or channels as needed.

The site is made public immediately after it's created. But you can also make it private and set permissions so that only specific members can use it. You can easily manage your website without a need to use other services because SlashPage offers various features like subscription that allows you to send and receive notifications of content updates, site analytics, keyword search, clean URL, QR code generation, direct messages, etc..
A page is a space where you can add and place text, images, buttons, channels, subpages, etc. Added pages and channels can be viewed and changed in a hierarchical structure in the left sidebar. Various elements can be added block by block by entering / on the page, and can be moved by dragging and dropping. You can also adjust page width, cover image, icon, title, and theme (which changes the background color and color of elements such as buttons), or add table of contents, comments section, template parts, etc.
Unlike a page, a channel is a feature that allows you to use a service with a defined structure. There are channels such as chat, blog, feed, gallery, etc. In SlashPage, you can create a site with all of these features by simply typing / . You cannot add a page to a channel, but you can use @(mention) to link an existing page.
How to interact
Channel type
Conversations by topic
Content publication and Idea exchange
Data collection and organization of data (to be updated)
Survey channel, Kanban channel, List channel
A block is the smallest unit of elements that can be added to the editor area of ​​a page or channel. You can move a block by dragging and dropping the block handle that appears when you hover the mouse pointer over a block. When you click on the handle, you can use Convert to to convert a block to a different type or a page. Types of blocks that can be added with / include columns, toggles, quotes, images, image sliders, tables, channels, buttons, etc.
/ (Slash)
/ (Slash) is a command that allows you to add various elements in the editor area. After you enter / in the editor area, you can add an element by selecting the element from the layer that appears, or by entering the name of the element you want to add. Elements that can be added include spaces such as pages and channels, text in various formats such as titles or toggles, elements such as quotes or columns, media files such as images or videos, fixed bottom buttons, or image buttons.