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Using the Boilerplate Text Function

The Boilerplate Text feature (hereafter Boilerplate Text) is now available! Instead of re-writing the same information over and over, users now have the ability to insert predefined and pre-formatted text into blog entries.

Creating a Boilerplate Text

Let's practice creating a Boilerplate Text.

  • From the user dashboard, go to the blog in which you want to use the Boilerplate.
  • Click on [Boilerplate] under [Entries] from the left-hand side menu.
  • Click on [Create New].
  • Fill in the desired text, the Boilerplate name (required) and a short description of the contents.
  • Finally, click the [Save Changes] button at the bottom of the screen.

Inserting Boilerplates into Blog Entries

Once saved, Boilerplates can be inserted into any desired blog entry. Let's practice inserting a Boilerplate Text.

Go to the blog entry creation screen and insert the Boilerplate Text. Finish by replacing the filler text with actual information.

Editing Boilerplate Texts

  1. Click on the name of the Boilerplate you want to edit.
  2. Rewrite the information as desired.
  3. Click the "save changes" button at the bottom of the screen.

Deleting Boilerplate Texts

  1. Select the check box next to the Boilerplate you want to delete.
  2. Click the "delete" button.
  3. Click "OK" in the confirmation window.

Boilerplate Text Usage Limitations

Boilerplates can only be inserted and used in blog entries.

Managing Boilerplate Texts

Boilerplate Text management is as follows:

System Administrator
Can edit and delete all Boilerplates
Manage Blog (Blog Administrator), Edit All Entries (Editor)
Can only edit and delete text Boilerplates for all authorized blogs
Create Entries (Writer)
Can only edit and delete personally created Boilerplates