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CatalogIt is an intuitive and <div style="margin-top:8px;"><strong><em>The most powerful app created for cataloging way to manage and managing enjoy your collections, and for publishing to the Web. It has the depth to satisfy serious museum professionals, is rich in classifications to delight the private collector, and is user-friendly and approachable for volunteers and docents.</em></strong></div>
CatalogIt is designed Welcome to tell the Story of ThingsCatalogIt Support Wiki. Each story begins with a single item — where, how, and by whom it was made; what it was used for; Here you will find information and resources on how it came to be where it is today. As an item’s story unfolds, it is enriched with relationships to other items, people, and places based on shared physical characteristics and history. use CatalogIt makes it easy to discover those interconnected stories, record them in detail, and present them in an accessible, inspiring format.
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<br /h2>CatalogIt Basics</h2><p>This section covers the The basics of using CatalogIt.</p>
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<br /h2>How-To Videos</h2>
<p>Instructional videos on using CatalogIt.</p>
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<br /h2>Quick Tips</h2><p>A list of quick Quick tips on how to do things in CatalogIt.</p>
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<br /h2>Frequently Asked Questions</h2><p>A list of frequently Frequently asked questions about CatalogIt.</p>
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== [[CatalogIt Basics]] ==
This section covers the basics of using CatalogIt.
== [[ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) ]] ==
A list of frequently asked questions about CatalogIt.
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== [[Importing Data]] ==
Detailed instructions on how to import external data into CatalogIt and how to prepare data for import.
 
== [[Classifications]] ==
A full list of available classifications. Classifications are the groups of characteristics used to catalog items. Each classification in CatalogIt includes the properties and values which are pertinent to that specific classification.
 
== About CatalogIt ==
 
CatalogIt is an intuitive and powerful app created for cataloging and managing collections, and for publishing to the Web. It has the depth to satisfy serious museum professionals, is rich in classifications to delight the private collector, and is user-friendly and approachable for volunteers and docents.
 
CatalogIt is designed to tell the Story of Things. Each story begins with a single item — where, how, and by whom it was made; what it was used for; and how it came to be where it is today. As an item’s story unfolds, it is enriched with relationships to other items, people, and places based on shared physical characteristics and history. CatalogIt makes it easy to discover those interconnected stories, record them in detail, and present them in an accessible, inspiring format.

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