Sharing and converting any content inside of CoSchedule is easy and can help outside team members view any work that you're currently working on.
- Getting Started
- Share Content as a Public Link
- Converting Content to WordPress
- Saving Content as a PDF or HTML File
To begin Sharing or Converting your Content, click above your Content Editor. A drop-down box will appear giving you the options to Share Public Link, Convert to WordPress, Download PDF, Download HTML, or Change Editor.
Want to share you content with someone that isn't on your CoSchedule calendar? Want your team to have access to your CoSchedule calendar but not your WordPress backend? Are you a guest author on another blog and want to keep everything unified on one easy-to-use drag-and-drop content calendar?
When you click Share a Public Link in the above dropdown a "Share Content" window will open. Click the Clipboard icon to copy the URL to your clipboard.
Share the Public Link with anyone you would like to see your document and they will see this:
If you would like to disable the link so that no one can see your post, go back to the "Content" window and click . The drop-down box will re-appear and you will be able to click Disable Public Link.
This will stop the link from working and other people will not be able to see your document through your link anymore.
One of the coolest features we have with our standalone content is the ability to change a Google Doc or an Evernote note into a WordPress Blog. To convert your content to a WordPress document, go to the "Content" page and click . A drop-down box will appear and then click Convert to WordPress.
This will open a "Convert to WordPress" window. Click Continue.
The next window will let you select what category you would want the standalone content to be posted in. It will also let you choose the author of the blog post. After you have selected each of these. Click Convert.
The conversion process will begin. When the conversion has completed successfully, you will see green checkmarks next to each of the criteria. When it is finished, click the Continue button then click Complete on the next window to finalize the process.
After you have completed the converting of your standalone content, CoSchedule will treat the document the same way it treats a post that is made in WordPress.
To save your standalone content to an HTML or to a PDF file, go to the "Content" page and click. A drop-down box will appear and then click Download PDF or Download HTML.