A Reference by support
Created: August 06, 2008 at 05:34 pm
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Category: Technology | Advice | Self Help
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Writing Portfolio & FoldersCollection folders allow members to create real folders to group and organize your writing entries into different lists. This is an extremely useful feature that enables you to present your writing the way YOU want to.
Manage My Writing
The new management page will now allow you edit, preview, delete, organize and create new entries all from the same page. You now have the ability to decide the order that your work is presented in your writing portfolio. To change the order, simply enter a number in the text box next to your writing entry (see the red arrow in the demo below). Your portfolio shows lowest numbers first. NOTE: Entries WITHOUT a sorting order will appear at the very top.
TIP: we recommend using big numbers like 10, 20, 30... instead of 1, 2, 3... because it will give you more options later on in the event that you want to add a new entry in between two existing entries.
You will also be able to move writing entries from one folder to another. To move an entry, you will first need to create a new folder (see the blue arrow in the above demo). Once your folder is created, it will automatically be displayed in the drop down list at the bottom of your management page. Simply check the box next to the entries you wish to move (see pink arrow in the below demo) and then select the location from the drop down (see below). Once you have selected your folder, click on "save changes".
TIP: you can also add new entries directly to a folder when you are creating
new writing submissions.
Your new public writing portfolio, viewable from your profile, will display each entry with an icon, title, entry type, writing genre, date and the total number of views your entry has received. You can view your writing portfolio by clicking the "Public View" button on the management page (see the green arrow in the first demo above).
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