Apologies for the noob aspect, but we all start somewhere.
I work for a smallish property management company at a ski/snowboard resort in Japan. It has fallen to me to set up a Knowledge Base type onboarding and expertise preservation system. An SOP and best practices document repository simply put.
I have so many questions, but perhaps one simple question is best to start.
Step by step, don't worry about being too basic, what do I need to get a Knowledge Base, eg. Bookstack, set up using Cloudron accessible via login to 50-60 users?
Thanks so much
Login to your Cloudron dashboard at your my.cloudron.coop address
Go to the App Store
Search for Bookstack
Choose a Location
Decide how you want User management to work (in your case that'll either be 'Allow all users from this Cloudron' or 'Only allow the following users and groups')
Invite the 50-60 users to your Cloudron in Users
Once they accept the invitation and set-up their accounts they'll be able to go to the Location URL where you installed your Bookstack and login.
@mark_ehm At what stage of onboarding are you? Do you have Cloudron installed and setup already? If not, our demo is a good place to start understanding what the product is/does. https://my.demo.cloudron.io/ (username and password is both
cloudron). You would install something like Bookstack. You can login to bookstack with the same credentials (
cloudron). You can add users in Cloudron dashboard and those users will get access to bookstack as well.
If you already have Cloudron setup and working, then just ignore what I said and follow @jdaviescoates said