Publishing Blog Posts

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Publish Post Immediately

  1. Create a new page in your Blog database
  1. Write your content inside it.
  1. Check โœ… the Ready to Publish property
  1. Set the Publish on property with today's date.
That's it. Your post is published ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐ŸŽ‰

Scheduling the Post For Future

  1. Do everything mentioned in the Publish Post Immediately section.
  1. Set the Publish on property to a future date.
That's it. Your post is now scheduled ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐ŸŽ‰

Permanent URLs for your posts (custom slug)

The post URLs are automatically generated from the title of your posts.
This means that if you change the title of your post, the URL will be changed, which is not what you might want.

Follow these steps to have a single permanent URL:
  1. Do everything mentioned in the Publish Post Immediately section.
  1. Add the Slug property of the post.
    1. For example, if you want your post to be at yourdomain.com/posts/notion-101, set the slug to notion-101.
That's it. Your post now has a permanent URL ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐ŸŽ‰
The URL will not change even if you change the title.

Canonical URLs for your posts

You may want to set this if you fall into any of the following:
  • You published your post somewhere else first.
  • Your post has duplicate content and you want Google to give preference to the original page.
  • Read more about canonical here.

Follow these steps to set canonical URL:
  1. Do everything mentioned in the Publish Post Immediately section.
  1. Set the Canonical property of the post to the URL you want.
That's it. Your post now has a canonical URL ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐ŸŽ‰

Add Related Posts

How to add related pages?
How to add related pages?

Hide Cover Image

You have the option to hide the cover image present at the top of a blog post page.
Follow these steps to have a single permanent URL:
  1. Do everything mentioned in the Publish Post Immediately section.
  1. Check โœ… the Hide Page Cover property for the blog post for which you don't want the cover image.
That's it. The cover image will not be shown for that post ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐ŸŽ‰
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Please note that the cover image will still be shown on the home page where you see a list of blog posts. This Hide Page Cover property only hides the cover image when you actually open a blog post.

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