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Workingwith blogs

  1. 1. Working with Blogs
  2. 2. Team Blogs • Team blogs are quite useful when small groups of people wish to contribute to a single blog. Basically, one person initially creates the blog, then adds other people to it as members. • Team members can either be administrators or not. Administrators can edit or delete posts (not just their own), add and remove team members (and grant admin access), and modify the blog's settings and template. Non-admins can only create and edit their own posts.
  3. 3. Blog Administrators • More videos • Invited team members accept your invitation, and are listed as an "Author" by default. Authors can only create and edit their own posts. You can see a member's status in the "Permissions" section of the Settings | Basic tab, and it looks like this:
  4. 4. I have lost my admin rights • Any other admin member can restore your access via the Settings | Basics tab in Blogger. If you’ve been removed from the team entirely, they can also send you a new invitation to rejoin. • The last admin member on a team blog can’t be removed, and can’t have their admin rights removed. That means there’s always at least one admin member on any blog, and that person can help out the other members.
  5. 5. Who can post comments on your Blog Settings – Posts and Comments If you have set up a team blog, then select “Only members of this blog” to restrict comments to team members only Comment moderation – set to always
  6. 6. Adding authors to your blog (done by the blog administrator) Settings – Basic - Permissions Select the ‘Add authors” link and type the email addresses of the people you're inviting to the blog, separating each address with a comma. They'll receive an email with a confirmation link soon. Note that they must have Google or gmail accounts, and if they don't already, they'll be prompted to create one.
  7. 7. Who can read your blog Settings – Basic In a team blog, select “Anybody” otherwise no-one will be able to subscribe to your blog (via RSS feed)
  8. 8. Adding RSS feeds • You can only subscribe to a feed if the blog has been set up to be read by anyone (settings – Basic – Blog readers) • Only members of the blog can comment
  9. 9. To set up RSS feeds within a blog • View the blog • On the command bar in Internet Explorer click on the RSS feed button • A RSS feed page will be displayed. Make sure you copy the URL of this page as you will need it when adding this blogg as an RSS feed in Outlook
  10. 10. To add an RSS feed in Outlook • Right click on the RSS feed icon and select Add RSS feed • Copy and paste the URL of the RSS feed of the blog into the space provided • Select Add and then Yes
  11. 11. Emailing posts to your blog from cell phones to Save emails as draft post
  12. 12. From blog to pdf • Export your blog • To export your blog, simply click "Export Blog" from the Settings | Other tab. • Click the Export Blog button. Your blog will be stored as a Blogger export file (.xml) file which can be kept as a backup on your hard drive or imported into another blog. Exported blogs are not deleted from your dashboard or from • Open • Paste the blog URL and location of xml file • Create your blog book • It will publish it in a pdf format that you can save and print
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  14. 14. Complete the blogging checklist : • Download the Blogging checklist pdf file from your intranet (resources) • Complete the form • Select Share • Attach the pdf to email and send to your teacher Happy Blogging!
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