This website is divided into 14 information categories. Each category is further organised into sub-categories and documents.
On the homepage we list all of the main information categories, along some of the more popular documents from those categories.
If you click the category title on the homepage, or from the 'Categories' dropdown in the navigation bar, you can see the subcategories within that main category.
Certain documents are indicated with a special icon. These are:
Some documents are checklists. You may see a link in the introduction to these checklists with the option to 'pin' the checklist. If you do this, the checklist will appear on the right-hand side of the website and stay in place until you close it. This can be useful for ensuring you have checked all of your entitlements.
Each page has a general section which gives you the information to answer most queries.
Some documents will have links to other relevant material such as case studies, checklists or worksheets.
Other options associated with information pages are:
You can also sort information using:
By using the language tool, you can switch the default language for the site or view content in another language. All content is available in English and most in Irish, while certain key documents are available in French, Romanian, and Polish. This tool appears on all pages, and will list the languages in which the information is available.
If you use an RSS reader, you can subscribe to our RSS feeds whenever you see the RSS icon.
You can search using the search bar wherever you are on the website.
The 'Find a Centre' section of the website lists all the main Citizens Information Centres around the country and also the outreach locations associated with those centres.
'Find an Address' gives links to the contact details of a wide range of service providers.
The "What's New" section links highlights topical issues, changes to the site, events, and other areas of relevance.
Citizens Information has been designed to be responsive to different devices including smartphones and tablets.
Citzens Information also has a website designed for mobile telephones. You can access this website at m.cinfo.ie.
If you have a question relating to this topic you can contact the Citizens Information Phone Service on 0761 07 4000 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 8pm) or you can visit your local Citizens Information Centre.