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The Document Center is part of YUDU's core-level functionality and one of our most heavily invested in and highly developed modules.
On a simple level, the document center module allows you to publish documents, books and other types of written content to a single hub, where the content can then be read by the reader in an intuitive, user-friendly environment similar to that of an e-reader.
The Messaging Center module essentially functions as a kind of top-down, direct-messaging system, allows the administrator to reach out to individuals or groups in a directory.
Most commonly associated with our Emergency Communications App, you first upload a list of users in a csv format to the Messaging Center, from where you can manage and curate these users into groups, and fundamentally, reach out to them directly via SMS, E-Mail or within the app itself.
The Live Directory module acts as an intuitive and easily accessible catalog of groups of people or organizations, allowing users to make contact with them easily.
Examples of the live directory in action most commonly include employees within an organization, or a list of companies (say those attending a trade fair) that acts as an easy point of reference for the user. They simply open it up and select the person or company they wish to contact or view more information about.
The User-Tracking System (UTS) module allows you to select and monitor particular kinds of activity within your application.
Assets, hidden or visible are created for particular aspects of behavior you want to monitor. This data is then fed back to a YUDU data collection platform. You can use the UTS to do a wide variety of things, for example, to trigger a prompt at the end of a document that asks the reader whether they have finished reading it. If the user is using login credentials, this means the data is reflected against those particular credentials within the back-end.