This article will give an overview of the different sections of the blog. It will also answer who can write and edit blogs.
The Blog can be accessed from the Admin Dashboard. From here you can view a list of published posts, create a new blog post, review pending posts, save drafts and view rejected blog posts. Please reach out to your customer success contact, or email@example.com if you cannot see the blog on your site, as it needs to be enabled first.
There are 4 tabs - Published, Drafts, Pending and Rejected.
Under the Published tab, you’ll see a list of blog posts that have been published to your site. Here's an example of what this looks like.
If you have not published a blog post, this list will be empty.
Under the Drafts tab, you’ll see a list of blog posts that have been written, but not published. Click on any draft post to view it and make edits.
Under the Pending tab, you’ll see a list of blog posts that have been written and are awaiting review before being published. As an admin editor, you can review, edit and approve or reject pending blog posts.
Under the Rejected tab, you’ll see a list of blog posts that were reviewed and rejected by an admin editor.
Who can Write and Edit Blogs
As Admin/HQ, you can decide who has access to write and edit blogs. Once you’ve decided who from your team you’d like to be able to write or edit blogs, send an email with this information to your Customer Success Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be able to enable permissions for your team.
For more information about creating, reviewing and publishing a blog post, see this help article.