How to export your articles
Textbroker is keen to make sure you can access your custom content in the format you need. Our Export options mean you can download your articles or get them sent to the email account of your choice. Learn more in our video tutorial.
Textbroker is keen to make sure you can access your custom content in the format you need. Our Export options mean you can download your articles or get them sent to the email account of your choice. Just select your preferred option from the list of common formats and export your articles individually or as a complete project.
To call up a list of your articles, go to the order administration page. Under the menu option ‘projects’, you’ll be able to export complete projects while the menu option ‘orders’ will give you access to your individual articles. After selecting, you’re able to filter between projects, order status, or order type to select the orders you want to export. Once you’ve picked your articles, select the ‘export selected orders’ from the drop down menu at the bottom of the screen. Choose the format you want to export and confirm. You can then download the articles directly, or you can access them from your email account or your WordPress blog.
To make the required changes to your export settings for email delivery, go to your settings menu (under the cog icon). The ‘Export Settings’ menu is where you’ll find the option to enter the email account where you want the articles sent as well as where you can select the option to have the articles attached as a csv file. You have to perform the manual export yourself, whereas the automatic export gives you the option to have all completed articles sent to your email as soon as they’ve been accepted.
If you use a WordPress CMS, then you’ll be able to adjust the settings under the WordPress Export option, ensuring your articles are delivered directly to your WordPress site. Here, you can activate the XML-RPX export and enter your domain, the path to the XML as well as the access data to your CMS. You can decide whether your articles should be published immediately or if they should be saved as a draft, and you’re also able to publish the work as a WordPress page or as a post. If needed, you even have the option to allocate a Blog ID and category to your account if you’re working with multiple sites. Finally, all you have to do is save the changes in your settings when you’re done.
In the project settings, you can even define the export options specific to each project. You’re able to state a different recipient’s email address for each project, or export the articles from a particular project to a different WordPress blog. If needed, the project settings will even override the general settings.
With Textbroker’s Export options, you get the ideal content in the ideal format. We wish you great success with your next project.