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How to add dates as attributes*

The following document will explain how to add dates as attributes in Paragon.

For more information about what attributes are or how they can be used, please click here.

Note that there isn’t a limitation on the number of attributes you can create in Paragon.

Step 1: Open attribute setup

From any screen, hit the settings button. This will bring you to the settings page.

settngsbutton

Under the attributes card, click on attribute setup to access the attributes setup module.

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Step 2: Create a new attribute

To add an attribute, hit the create new attribute button.

attributesetup-module

Step 3: Name your attribute

First, enter the attribute name. Then, hit the next button.

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When you hit the next button, certain conditions will be validated:

  • The name must begin with a non-space character
  • The attribute name must be unique

Note that once you’ve completed setting up your attribute, the name of the attribute cannot be changed.

Step 4: Choose the attribute type

Now, choose the type of attribute you want. You can select from:

  1. Freeflow text or number entry
  2. List to choose from
  3. Money and currency
  4. On/Off
  5. Date picker

In this case we want to select “date picker” and hit the next button

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Once you’ve hit next, the system will show a preview of the attribute, as well an optional description field, as well as a list of categories to choose from. Note that the date format will be determined by your web browser’s date format. Once you’ve made the final changes, hit the save changes button. Your attribute will now be ready to use.

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Next steps

Once you’ve created all your attributes, the next step will be to associate them to a module. This needs to be done for the attributes you just created to appear on their appropriate modules. For more information on how to do that, please click here.

Updated on September 13, 2019

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