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NEW! End of Summer 2018 Product Updates

It's almost the end of summer 2018 and we have some awesome product updates to announce! Here's what's new: scheduling posts to be unpublished, a copyright option for Facebook Instant Articles, Keywee and Parse.ly integrations for Facebook Instant Articles, parent/child relationships for sections in the dashboard, a scheduled filter for community-enabled dashboards, and a Google Search Console integration for the Entry Editor. There's a lot to unpack here, we know! So continue on below for more details on each announcement.


Schedule an Article to Be Unpublished

Running a contest with an end date? You now have the ability to schedule when an article should automatically be unpublished. You can find it in the Advanced Settings tab of the Entry Editor:

Facebook Instant Articles Copyright

We've added a new setting for Facebook Instant Articles that lets users choose if they want to show a copyright line at the bottom of their articles.

Facebook Instant Articles Keywee and Parse.ly Integration

RebelMouse users now have the option to integrate Keywee and Parse.ly into their Facebook Instant Articles for additional tracking metrics. If you're interested, please ask your account manager to help you set this up!

New Scheduled Filter for Community-Driven Dashboards

We've added a new column to our customized posts Dashboard that's tailored for sites that are community enabled. Now administrators can see when drafts are scheduled to go live in one screen.

Parent-Child Relationships for Sections

We've introduced the ability to have subsections in our sections dashboard. Previously we only supported lone sections, but now you can set up a parent-child hierarchy for your sections. In the video below above you can easy how easy it is to set up the right taxonomy for your site.

Within Entry Editor:

Within Dashboard:


Google Search Console Integration

We've integrated a new feature into our SEO tools within Entry Editor. The search wins you're getting via search engines are now displayed in the Search Discovery tab. This allows you to easily select the right URL slug for your post, making it simple to win SEO.

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