A full written guide with screenshots is coming soon!
From the Engagement menu option, select the News/Posts tab. From here, a list of your existing posts will appear. This overview screen lists all your posts and details such as Post Title, Publish Date, associated Categories, number of Views, the Author, and the current State (Visible, Scheduled, Draft or Archived).
By default, the list will be filtered to All posts, but this can be changed.
To get started, click on the Add Post button.
Following the same steps to setting up a page in CommuniBee, begin by filling out the fields below.
Once you have entered the above details, click Save.
This section is all about the design of your post’s web page. You can upload images or link to a video that act as the banner for this page. The appearance of your banner can then be configured to create a truly stunning web page.
Once you are done setting up your media, navigate to the Layout tab to preview your post’s page.
This is where you can write your post. If you have a draft in a separate document, simply copy and paste the contents in text field provided. This text field has full HTML capability so you can design your post however you like. Additionally, you can insert images by simply dragging image file onto the text field itself.
Not only can you preview your post from this tab, but you can also make additional changes to the overall page layout.
To build on this page and add additional sections, follow the steps below:
With your page fully designed and ready to share to your audience, the this is where you make the page visible.
At any time, you can manually update the status of this page. You can also schedule a Publish Date to have this page become visible at a specific date and time. Be sure to switch the status of the page to Live before entering a Publish Date. If you include a Hide After date, this page will automatically switch from Live to Archived at the specified date and time.
With news/posts, you can check off the option to have this post show up on your member’s feeds. If this option is turned on, the post will be visible to everyone, regardless of their specific interest filters.
Once you are done making changes on this page, click Save.