Easy navigation – we don’t use anymore the tree structure we used in the past when we organize content, but with Planet 4 we bring a different approach. Because users tend to jump from one piece of content to another, mostly based on topics/ subjects that they are interested into, we implemented thetaxonomy, a way of categorizing the content on the site using categoriesand tags. The principle behind is that each category can have a couple of corresponding tags and they can be changed whenever it’s necessary to make sure they always reflect the campaigns run by a specific NRO.
Content architecture specific to the Greenpeace network of organizations. Planet 4 is designed to engage. It does so by inviting users to Take Action or by enabling them to Explore and understand the issues we are campaigning for and then taking action on.
Social media embeds
Campaign Generator – allows native, customizable features within P4 to digitally campaign around the world.
Integration with Archived content – allows searching results to display archived content in the P4 sites. Once the user clicks on archived results, it will be redirected to the archived site.
Elastic Search – an open-source engine providing scalable, near real-time and multi-tenancy crawls. Elastic Search allows P4 to incorporate 3rd parties crawls, therefore it allows including Archived content in the search results.
Creation of engaging content – the platform offers a multitude of blocks that allows editors to create engaging content or to navigate easily to pages with engaging content.
Dynamic contentvia tags (posts, take action pages) – editors can use the blocks above mentioned to build posts and pages with dynamic content by using tags.