How do I add a subcatalog for individual departments or organizations?
As a Catalog admin, you can add subcatalogs in Canvas Catalog by creating a new catalog. Your domain catalog links your account in Canvas with your catalog home page and is created for you as part of the catalog setup process. Subcatalogs are linked to your domain catalog and allow you to associate specific listings for a department, organization, or team. Subcatalogs can be customized with their own branding and settings.
By default, subcatalog listings are shown in the parent catalog as well as the subcatalog's individual URL path. However, subcatalogs can also be made private, where subcatalog listings are not shown in the parent catalog.
Once you have created a subcatalog, you can manage your catalogs at any time to add customization options.
Note: You cannot delete a subcatalog once it has been created.
Select the type of URL for the subcatalog in the URL Type drop-down menu.
To create a subcatalog using a domain-type URL, select the Domain option . Only subcatalogs set up with a domain-type URL can be associated with a payment gateway.
To create a subcatalog using a path-type URL, select the Path option .
Add a name  and path  for your subaccount.
Name is how you want to refer to the account. Portal account name is internal use only and does not appear on any external catalog page.
Path is the name extension for the subcatalog; this name will be added to the end of yoursite.edu/browse/. The path should be unique per subcatalog. Use dashes between word spaces (e.g. yoursite.edu/browse/your-path-here).
Note: If you are adding a subcatalog using a domain-type URL, Canvas Catalog displays a Domain field instead of a Path field. Capital letters are not supported in domain names.
In the Parent Catalog menu , select the catalog where you want to associate the path URL. Most commonly you'll set the domain catalog account as the parent catalog, but another subcatalog can also be a parent catalog.
By default, all subcatalog listings are enabled to be shown in the parent catalog. To create a private subcatalog and not display listings in the parent catalog, toggle the Show Listings in Parent Catalog option .
Whether or not your subcatalog will accept payments, you must set the language , currency , and country  for your subcatalog.
Language is the language for your Catalog users. The default option is English. Learn more about Catalog's supported languages. Note that some languages are not fully translated and may fall back to a related language or the English default.
Currency is the system of money you want to use for paid courses. The default option is USD-$.
Country is the country code for the country where your Catalog account resides. The default option is the United States.
In the About field, create a short description about the catalog. This field does not display anywhere else in catalog, but it can help differentiate similar catalog accounts.
By default, the Inherit Parent Account Settings toggle is on. To disable it and allow settings unique to the subcatalog, click the Inherit Parent Account Settings toggle off .
When Inherit Parent Account Settings is off, you can manage registration from email domains for the subcatalog .
By default, Enable SKU Upload is off. To enable SKU uploads in the subcatalog, click the Enable SKU Upload toggle on [3}.
By default, Require authentication to access Catalog and its sub-catalog is off. To require authentication, click the Require authentication to access Catalog and its sub-catalogs toggle on .
By default, Enable bulk purchase/enrollment for this Catalog and its sub-catalogs is off. To enable bulk purchase/enrollment click the Enable bulk purchase/enrollment for this Catalog and its sub-catalogs toggle on .