Organizing and locating the exercises
I've just created about 10 exercises with different content types of H5p (fill in the blanks, memory game...). When I go to the dashboard in Wordpress and I click onto the H5P Content menu, I can see the list of all the exercises I created. I can see in the upper information row: the title, the content type, the date of creation, the last modified date and the author. The problem is that it’s difficult to locate an exercise that was embedded in a page when many exercises have been created, so it would be nice to add an "id" in the information row with the same id number related with the tag (Ex: [h5p id="5"]) that shows up in the text editor.
It would be also appreciated to be able to create directories in the section "All H5p content" instead of having a very long list of exercises. For example, one could create a directory called "Unit1" and inside to put all the exercises into the unit. The exercises would be more easily located, but I don't know if that system is possible in Wordpress.
Thank you for your great work.
Mon, 12/08/2014 - 11:43
When I said "directories", I
When I said "directories", I meant "folders".
Mon, 12/08/2014 - 15:13
Thanks for reporting!
I've created a couple of issues in our internal case tracker based on your suggestions. Hopefully we'll be able to atleast add the ID column pretty soon next year.
We would appreciate it a lot if you'd let us learn more about what you're building by adding a showcase story here in the forums.
Mon, 12/08/2014 - 16:39
Thank you for your answer, Falcon.
I will try to put some exercises in the showcase story during these weeks.
Wed, 04/13/2016 - 08:55
Tags in WordPress
In the upcoming April release, you will be able to add keyword tags to H5P content in WordPress. The release is just around the corner :)