• SIKU Vocabulary & Diagrams

    This article has been created and will be continuously updated in an effort to standardize the language we use in KB articles and accurately describe the various UI (User Interface) on SIKU. Annotated Diagrams Documentation Wildlife Scope A step when making a wildlife post describes if the post is about…

  • Create a Press Post

    Click the sidebar icon. Click the Report button–> Press. You may begin filling out the relevant information. You must choose if you want to post on behalf of yourself, organization, or a project. You can choose an image to appear on your feed using the featured image button. Clicking this…

  • Accessing Help Files

    Click the [fa i=”question-circle”] icon on the top right corner of the SIKU screen. This will bring you to a new screen where you can use the “Search” text box to find a helpful article. You may also scan through the categories until you find an article to solve your…

  • Managing my posts

    Click theĀ  [fa i=”bars”] explore icon in the SIKU menubar to open the explore menu. In the User section, click [fa i=”list-alt”] Manage my Posts in the drop down menu that appears. All your previous posts will be displayed. You can sort your posts according to type, sub-type, name and…

  • Habitat Panel

    To create a wildlife post please refer to the create a wildlife post help file. Once you begin creating your post you will be asked to describe the animals habitat and surroundings. To do this, begin by clicking the drop down menu as shown below. Remember to take photos of…

  • Ice Type Picker

    When creating a post, you may be prompted to pick an ice type as shown below. To simplify your choices, click one or more filters from the right hand column. Only the options in that category will appear on the right. For example, by clicking “Ice Habitat”, only ice habitats,…

  • Photos & Description Panel

    To learn how to create a new post please refer to the posting help files. To post photo’s and descriptions within your post begin by clicking the drop down menu button as shown below. Enter a name for your post. These featured posts will be available for viewing on the…

  • Sidebar Back Button

    In the top left corner of the title bar (in the left side bar), click the [fa i=”chevron-left”] icon to return to the previous page.

  • Filter Profiles

    Filtering profiles makes it easier to find a specific profile.  For example, when browsing wildlife profiles, you can filter to show only mammals.