Blogs – A user’s perspective

Blogs can be for individuals or for teams. Group blogs are a great way to keep everyone up to speed on project progress, on current events, and on new ideas.

Whether an individual or a team blog, users with permission to contribute can:

  • publish new content or edit previously posted materials
  • include video and polls within their blog
  • create categories for managing content and making it easier for readers to view all items in a specific category
  • enable public viewers to comment on individual posts
  • moderate and remove comments that violate community standards
  • create lists of links such as related blogs, reference sites, personal recommendations and others.
  • create and modify the title, description and public note about the blog
  • automatically cross post content to other blogs
  • enable or disable blog syndication, that is, the automatic sharing of content with other web sites
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