Types of Posts
Edit or Delete Posts
Share a Post
Boost a Post
Report a Post
Creating a Poll
Creating Payment Posts
Filtering and Sorting Posts
Copy a Post
Posting to Select Recipients
The Pinboard: pins, notes and reminders
The booking feature
Who is Padoq?
How to Submit Your App
How to Submit Your App to the Google Play Store
Google Play Console: How to push an update live
App Store Connect: How to push an update live
How to Submit Your App to the App Store
App Listing Design Requirements
Setting up Test Users
Types of Groups
The Super Admin Dashboard
Managing and deleting your group
Setting up a merchant account
Managing group members
What is a Padoq (or Group)?
Group Privacy Settings
Help! It won't let me log in
How do I Report an Issue?
What platforms is the app available on?
The Padoq platform
User registration (onboarding)
How do roles work?
Primary app menu
Padoq feed and menus
Creating a padoq (group)
Managing a padoq
What are Padoq categories?
Notifications and activity
Super Admin Dashboard - Issue reports
Create and Manage Forms (Information Collection)
Glossary | A guide to how we talk
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All padoqs (also known as groups) have categories assigned to them. Categories are a useful way to group padoqs together. Find out more about categories in this guide.
See for yourself
- You can download the iOS or Android app on your phone to follow this journey along. And you can also log in or sign up to the web app here
- You can also follow along by checking out the images or code snippets in this guide
- And you will find the relevant endpoints linked and explained in this guide, but the full API is documented in Swagger UI
Categories are a property in the padoq structure. They group padoqs together and make it easier for users to find relevant content. The explore functionality uses categories heavily. Find out more about this below.
Users with standard permissions can't create, update or delete categories.
Categories during padoq creation
In the web UI, these categories would display like this:
Once the user selects the relevant categories from those available and finishes the creation process, the padoq is created with one or more categories assigned to it.
Categories in Explore
When the user goes to Explore, the getPadoqs endpoint is called. This endpoint can take 4 parameters, and
category is one of them.
When Explore is launched, the getPadoqCategories is called. It returns all categories available in the app, which are used to filter and organise results on this page. If the user taps on one of the categories presented, that category is passed to the getPadoqs endpoint via that
category parameter. So the results returned in that case will be the padoqs that match that category.