What is the difference between a blog and a document in Bridge Community Groups?
Community members can contribute comments, start discussions and ask questions (and in some areas, create ideas) in almost all parts of the community. Additionally, members have more content creation tools within Bridge Community Groups. These include blogging, document creation, file uploads, videos, polls, and events.
What is a group blog?
A group blog is a series of posts, written by different members of a group, that share various ideas, thoughts, or opinions about topics related to that group. Members can freely write about topics they feel passionate about.
How do I author a blog post?
On the group's home page, click the Write a blog post button . Or, in the Actions drop-down menu , click the Blog Post link .
Add a title, text, and tags. If you want to publish your blog at a later date, you can post-date your content. Click the Publish button. For more information, visit How do I create a blog post in the Bridge Community?
What are the benefits of blogging?
Blogging keeps the conversations timely and dynamic. Blogs give members a greater platform to share their thoughts, inspire conversations, and generate greater ideas. You can easily follow a group's blog and get all the latest updates from anyone who posts.
What is a group document?
Resource documents are intended to provide a series of how-to steps or processes or be a great source of information. Similar to Bridge Guides, documents may include anything from alternative solutions to deep dives into a Bridge functionality or feature.
How do I author a resource document?
On the group's home page, click the Write a document button . Or, in the Actions drop-down menu , click the Document link .
What are the benefits of documents?
Unlike blog posts, documents have a bit more functionality. You can co-author or collaborate on documents. Documents have versioning which is why they work well as information or resource files. As Bridge changes, you can update the document. Anyone following the document will be notified of the version changes.
Check out these examples of great resource documents: