Brightspot Content Types Guide

Editing a live blog post

You can edit a live blog post.

To edit a live blog post:

  1. Open the live blog in the content edit form.
  2. In the New Blog Post widget, click Create and Edit Posts.
    Create and edit posts button Create and edit posts button
    Create And Edit Posts button
  3. In the Live Posts widget, search for and select the live post you want to update. The following diagram describes the available search filters.
    Filtering live blog post Filtering live blog post
    Filtering a live blog's posts
  4. Using the following table as a reference, complete the fields as needed.
  5. If you want to pin a post to the top of the live blog, click push_pin.
  6. Complete your site's workflow and publish the live blog post.

    Field Description
    Headline Main > Headline
    Body Use the rich-text editor to include text, lists, images, and links to other assets. Text in this field is visible to visitors to your site.

    For information about using the rich-text editor, see Rich-text editor.
    Authors Select one or more authors. The authors are visible to visitors to your site.

    For information about creating an author, see Author.
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