1. Click Content> Content Items from the menu bar
  2. Click Add Content
  3. Fill in all required fields and provide any additional information that will be useful.
    Title – The content item name (e.g. CLTP-141200 print), see Content Naming Rules below for more details.
    Assigning Editor – the editor responsible for this content, not necessarily the content creator, but the editor in charge of managing its creation.
    Description – a brief description of the content item
    Category – Section groupings to help organize content
    Type – This refers to the type of content being defined (text, photography, video, illustrations, etc.)
    Notes – An open text field for any notes about the content
    Due Date – the delivery date for the final content
  4. Click Save

Content Naming Convention

Content Item names need to follow strict naming convention for easy identification and uniformity across all brands.

Guidelines

  • Naming convention should be 4-8 descriptive words. This is similar to a subject line of an email.
  • Should be descriptive so that any lay person can understand the title
  • In most cases should be channel and brand neutral (no slug or issue code)
  • Should be search friendly

Exceptions

In order to differentiate among several recurring print-based departments (such as cover, masthead, table of contents, statement of ownership, ad index, indicia, etc.), a pub/issue code should be added to the end of the Content Item title.

Examples:

  • Table of contents TRUP-140400
  • Masthead TTRP-140900
  • Cover DSLP-140700

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