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How the home screen works

The Narrative Publish home screen is the first screen you will see once you are signed into Narrative Publish. It is the home base for all of your blogs. On this screen you will be able to see all the blogs you have made as well as some information about them. 

Existing Blogs

On each blog you will be able to see the title of the blog, a preview of the blog and whether is published or not. 

If the lightening symbol is gray, like in the image above then the blog is not published. If the symbol is green like in the image below then the blog is published. 

To open up one of your blogs, just double-click on the preview image and then you will start editing it. 

If you click on the gear icon in the bottom right of the blogs you will find the option to delete, rename, duplicate and export the blog post. You can learn more about these options through the related articles section,

Filter and Sort Options

The home screen has many options to help you find the blog you are looking for.

po, you can filter your the blogs by whether they are published or not. Click on one of the buttons to switch to that view. 

Secondly in the right-hand side you will find the sort options. 

Click on this drop-down to open your options and pick the one that suits you best. The options you have can be seen below. 

Creating a new blog

The most important ability that the home screen gives you is the option to create new blogs. When you first start using Narrative Publish you will not have any blogs, to start your first one and any others after that you will need to click the create new blog button in the top right. 

Clicking on this button will take you to the "Create new blog" screen. More details can be found about this in the next steps

If you run into any issues please contact our support team at [email protected]
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Next Steps:

  • The create blog screen
  • How to Duplicate a blog post

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