Brightspot CMS User Guide

Post-publish actions

Post-publish actions provide a way to present next steps to editors once they have published content. Post-publish actions are presented inside of a pop-up directly in the content edit page, saving editors the time of navigating to multiple widgets to take the same actions.

With post-publish actions, you can:

  • Enable or disable post-publish actions at the global, site, or user levels.
  • Automatically display post-publish actions at the global, site, or user levels.
  • Manually display post-publish actions using the more_horiz menu in an asset's content edit form.

Developers can customize the post-publish actions widget to reflect the editor's workflow. In the following example, post-publish actions allow editors to immediately place content into a list of modules without having to navigate to it directly.

Developers can configure post-publish pop-up to display messages, fields, and/or widgets.

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This section covers how to maximize the post-publishing actions available to you by default in Brightspot.

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