One of the simplest widgets in our CMS, the Upload Widget allows you to add things such as images, videos, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, audio files, etc. to Brightspot right from the Dashboard.
Designed to save our users time, the Workstreams Widget allows multiple publishers to collaborate on publishing without ever seeing the exact same asset.
I’ve covered the Search Results Pane and Search Filtering in my previous updates, but I’m not finished yet. Last, but definitely not least, I want to talk about the righthand column of search: the search actions pane.
Welcome to the second portion of Brightspot Search: the results pane. This is where you’re going to see the results of your keyword search. Here, I'll focus on the things you can do with those results.
I'm going to approach the topic of Search the same way that I always demo Search, from the left to the right: 1) filters, 2) results and 3) actions. This post covers filters, but be on the lookout for subsequent posts addressing the remaining two Search topics.
If you walk away from this update with nothing else, let it be this: Preview is very, very important to editors and writers.
I think of Scheduling as a series of building blocks, of which there are three: Asset-Level Schedule, The Schedule Widget and Bulk Schedule. Learn about the different functionality of each.
The first thing you should know about Users is something that almost no one knows: If you go to Admin > Users and Roles and to the Users widget, there’s a little magnifying glass in the top right of the widget.
Now that we’ve covered the history of Brightspot permissions and the updated 4.0 permissions, I want to cover some of the other things you can do with permissions—things that are less about permissions and more about “extras.”