1. Create entry
In any community, click "Add your work" on the learning work pag. If you are in “All My Community”, you will be prompted to select a community before proceeding to the next step.
You'll be asked if you want to create a learning activity or a portfolio entry. Choose Portfolio entry from the menu.
Next, select the type of article you want to add from the icon menu. You can add the following to your portfolios as entries:
Link: Must include ‘https://’ or ‘http://’ protocol in order for it to work
File: Can be any of: .text, .csv, .pdf, .xls, xlsx, .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .pps
Video: Can be any of: .flv, .mp4, .avi, .wmv, .m4u8, .ts, .3gp
Image: Can be any of: .png, .gif, .jpg, .jpeg
Composition: A rich text editor with image/link embedding
Here are some optional tasks you can also perform:
Add more articles (click plus button on entry)
Update description (click “edit description”)
Add other users to entry (click “Add/edit learners”)
Add to a unit (click “Add to unit” button)
2. Edit entry
From the Community Activity feed or learner portfolio feed, click the three dots to the lower right of the entry you want to edit.
From there, you can perform the following actions:
Remove articles by clicking "Delete Article"
Edit a composition by clicking edit/view all, click over the three dots and select "Edit Article"
All other edit functions are the same as creating—click “Finish and Close” when done
3. Delete entry
To remove an entry from the portfolio, view the entry in full screen. Next, click the trash icon in the top right-hand corner of the entry. Confirm that you want to delete the entry—this action cannot be undone.
The Wabisabi app has all you need to make great portfolio entries for all to see.
Begin Adding an Entry
To create any of the compositions, the first few steps are the same—from your homescreen just tap the large purple button (with a ‘+’ on it).
Next, tap the appropriate button for what type of evidence of learning you want to start with.
You can build portfolios using:
Your device's image gallery
A camera photo from your device
Drawings Notes (composition)