How do I create a new edition or issue of a publication?
The Publication Manager allows you to create an online version of your print publication or an online-only publication. This is different than a digital edition, which is often an exact copy of the print edition.
This article will show you how to create a new edition, or issue, of a publication. If you'd like to create or edit a publication, read: How do I create or edit a publication?
To access your publications, click on Create/Search next to Publication under Editorial in your dashboard.
Select the publication you'd like to create an edition for from the dropdown at the top of the page.
Name your new edition, and add a Teaser, which will appear on the landing page for this edition of the publication.
Add a subhead if desired.
Your title will show in the dropdown menu of publication editions on your website. Many websites will use a date, but may also include the headline for the cover story.
Set a Go Live Date and Time.
The date and time represents when the publication edition will go live on your website. Set a Pull Date and Time if you'd like it to be unpublished at any time. Most of the time, the Pull Date and Time will remain open.
Set a Publication Date, which drives which order your editions appear on your publication's landing page.
Click on Browse to select an image to associate with this edition. Most websites use the cover image.
Assign Site Placement and Topic/Category if relevant for your website.
Taxonomy can be specific to a website, so please contact your solutions manager if you have questions.
Add a Volume and Edition number and click Create.
Each section set up when you created your publication will appear on this page.
To search for an article, input the search terms and sort results by clicking on the dropdown.
To select an article, click on its headline.
When it has been successfully added to your edition, a yellow Success bar will appear and your article headline will exist in the correct section.
Edit SEO for this edition, including adding a SEO-friendly Browser Title, Meta Description and Keywords.
Don't just use the date as the Browser Title.