Catalogue Manager: Building an iBrochure Catalogue

Wetu's Digital Catalogues are extremely powerful marketing tools, enabling you to distribute multiple Sample Itineraries and iBrochures to direct clients, operators and agents with a single link. This article explains how to build an iBrochure Catalogue as well as a Rack. 

This functionality is available for the Virtual Enterprise Package, Digital Enterprise Package as well as Enhanced Supplier Listings

In this article

Useful Tips Before Starting Out
Building a Catalogue with Chapters
Building a Rack 
Rebranding Catalogues and Racks

Useful Tips before Starting Out

  • It is important to understand the basic structure of the Digital Catalogue before start building. The Digital Catalogue is made up of 3 pieces - Racks, Catalogues and Chapters. Chapters are populated with Sample Itineraries, iBrochures and/or Day Tours, Catalogues are populated with Chapters and, finally, Racks are populated with Catalogues.

  • You will start by building a Catalogue and it's Chapters
  • You can use Catalogues in multiple Racks 
  • Always save before leaving a page

Building a Catalogue with Chapters

From your Dashboard click on 'Catalogue Manager'.

The Catalogue Builder will open a new Untitled Catalogue.

Note: If you have existing Catalogues, they will be listed here and the Catalogue Builder will open on the first Catalogue in the list of Catalogues. To start building a new Catalogue, click on 'Add +'.

Step 1: Naming and Language

Fill in the name of the Catalogue that you want to build. This will be the main heading across the top of the Catalogue.

Next, choose the language of the Catalogue and save. When you have saved, the button will turn green and the link to your Catalogue will be generated. The language of the Catalogue will determine the iBrochures that will be available for you to add. For Example, when creating a German Catalogue, only iBrochures with German translations can be loaded. 

Note: Machine Translations do not pull through onto iBrochures and Day Tours, however, they will display within itineraries added to Catalogues.

Step 2: Creating a Chapter

Click on ' Add Chapter'  to begin building the first Chapter in your Catalogue. 

Give the Chapter a name and choose if you want to add iBrochures or Sample Itineraries. You can only have one type per Chapter.

Step 3: Populating a Chapter

Select 'Add Item' and a browser window with a lists of all iBrochures will appear. 

At the top of the window, select the tab that best describes the service you are wanting to add. Search for the iBrochure and select the "add" tick box on the right-hand side. You are able to select multiple iBrochures before selecting "add selected itiems" at the bottom of the screen.

Note: The iBrochures that you have selected will remain selected even if you change your search filter to look for other iBrochures to add. The number of iBrochures selected will be displayed in the brackets on the 'Add Selected Items' button. 

Once you have added the iBrochures to your Chapter, they will be listed under the Chapter heading. You can reorder the iBrochures in your catalogue using drag and drop. You can also reorder your Chapters, by using the arrow or drag and drop. 

Note: Every time you have made changes to the Catalogue you need to save again. 

Repeat Step 2 and 3 to add additional Chapters to this Catalogue. 

You can view your Catalogue by clicking on the 'View' button at the top of the Catalogue or copying and pasting the link into your browser. The link to the Catalogue will only reflect what was last saved.

Step 4: Customising your Catalogue

The cover image that appears on the Catalogue can be changed by clicking on the image icon next to the iBrochure. 

A pop up will appear and show you which image is currently selected for that particular iBrochure. From here you can keep this image, select another image from within the system or upload your own. 

Once you have chosen your images, your catalogue is ready to be sent out to the world! If you want to send out multiple Catalogues, try building a Rack as detailed below. 

Building a Rack

To navigate to the Rack Builder, click on the drop-down menu in the top left-hand corner and select Rack. 

As with the Catalogue, the Rack Builder will open a new Untitled Rack unless you have existing Racks, in which case the Rack Builder will open on the first Rack in the list of Racks. To start building a new Rack, click on 'Add +'.

Step 1: Naming and Language

The same as with your Catalogue, give your Rack a name. This will display across the top of your Rack. You will notice that when you navigate away from naming the Rack, that it will automatically change the name in the list of Racks. This does NOT mean that the Rack is saved. 

Next, choose the language of the Rack and save. When you have saved, the button will turn green and the link to your Catalogue will be generated. Again, the language of the Rack will determine the  Catalogues  that will be available for you to add. For Example, when creating a German Rack, only  Catalogues  with German translations can be loaded. 

Step 2: Populating your Rack

Click on 'Add new catalogue' to begin choosing which catalogues you would like to include in your Rack. A list of all your Catalogues will be available on a pop-up. Tick the boxes for the Catalogue/s you wish to add to your Rack and click on  'Add selected catalogues.'

Step 3: Customising your Rack

All the Catalogues you selected will appear in the Rack. You can rearrange the order they appear in, by clicking on the Catalogue you would like to move and dragging it to where you would like it to be. 

The cover image of each Catalogue can be changed. To do this, click on the icon in the left corner of the specific Catalogue. 

The popup window will display a list of options for you to choose from that are a collection of images from within the Catalogue. 

Note: The numbers shown in brackets next to each category does not represent the number of images available, but the number of sub-categories available. 

Select an image by clicking on it (a blue rim will appear to indicate it is selected) and click on 'Save Changes'. Alternatively, if you do not want to use any of the images available, you can click on the upload tab and upload your own image. 

You will see that the Catalogue's cover image has been updated. 

You can view the Rack you just built by clicking on the view button. 

On the top right of the Digital Catalogue, you can toggle between Grid View (images) and List View. 

You will send the link on the top right-hand side to your clients, embed it in your website or add hyperlinks to your emails. 


If you would like to send your Catalogue or Rack with different branding on it, you can use the drop-down menu on the Catologue or Rack and select one of your  Identities .

The branding will change throughout the entire Digital Catalogue (all the way through to the iBrochures that are included in the Chapters). Use the new link to distribute your rebranded Digital Catalogue.

Note: The drop-down with the Company or Agent name will only display on a computer where you are logged into your Wetu account.
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