Brightspot CMS User Guide

Fulfilling an assignment

This topic covers how to fullfill an assignment in Brightspot.

To fulfill an assignment:

  1. From the Navigation Menu, select Assignment Desk. The Assignment Desk’s dashboard appears.
  2. In the left rail, filter the dashboard for the required assignment (see Displaying the Assignment Desk dashboard).
  3. Click the assignment to which you want to add content. The assignment appears in the content edit page.
  4. Scroll down and expand Content.

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  5. Under Create New Content, select a content type for which you want to create an item. The available content types are the ones configured for use with Assignment Desk. (If you do not see a required content type, contact your Brightspot administrator.) A content edit page appears.
  6. In the content edit page, create the content to satisfy the assignment.
  7. Toward the right of the widget, select more_horiz > Assignment Desk. A widget appears.
  8. Review and modify the pitches and assignments associated with this item.
  9. In the Editorial Toolbar, click Save a draft or Publish.
  10. Click Back. The new item appears under the assignment’s Content accordion.
  11. In the Assignment widget, set the Status field to either Fulfilled or Closed.
  12. Click Save. Brightspot sends notifications to the team members who have Assignment Desk subscriptions.
  13. Click Back to return to the Assignment Desk dashboard.

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