Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Story Copy Slugs & Direct Access
For those that use the Story Copy feature to copy your stories to other publications, you may have noticed that there was a bug that made the slug of the copied story identical to the original story. This prevented you from saving the story once you began editing it unless you manually changed the slug. With today's update, the slug now appends the new site name to it, allowing you to easily identify the story and not be burdened by coming up with a new slug for the story that has been copied.
Furthermore, to enhance your use of story copying, when you copy a story, Ellington will take you directly to the copied story for you to edit, rather than back to the story list, leaving you to search for it. This will ensure that your workflow is more efficient and has fewer steps.