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Create, edit, or delete a post

You can write, edit, or delete posts and drafts at any time.

Write a new post

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Next to the title of the blog, click Create new post .
  3. Create the post.
  4. To save your post without publishing it, click Save. To publish your post, click Publish.

Edit a published post

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Under the name of the blog, click Posts.
  3. Point to the post you want to edit.
  4. Click Edit.
  5. Make your changes.
  6. Optional: To see how your post will look, click Preview.
  7. To publish your changes, click Update. To save your post as a draft, click Revert to draft.

Edit a draft post

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Under the name of the blog, click Posts.
  3. Point to the post you want to edit.
  4. Click Edit.
  5. Make your changes.
  6. Optional: To see how your post will look, click Preview.
  7. To save your changes, click Save. To publish your post, click Publish.

Delete a post

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. On the dashboard, click the blog.
  3. Point to the post you want to delete.
  4. Click Delete.

To delete multiple posts, select the posts to delete and click Delete Delete.

Note:

  • Once you delete a post, you won't be able to get it back.
  • If you shared your post in other places, like Google+, you'll need to delete it in those places separately.

Change settings on your posts

Add labels to your posts, schedule when your posts will be published, and choose how HTML works by changing these settings.

Categorize a post with labels

You can categorize your posts by adding keywords:

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Under the blog, click Posts.
  3. Select the posts you want to label.
  4. In the top left corner, click Label Label:
    • To add or remove a label, select the label in the list.
    • To make a new label, click New label.

Note: You can have a maximum of 2,000 labels per blog and 20 per post.

Schedule a post

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Under the name of the blog, click Posts.
  3. Select the post.
  4. On the right, click Post settingsand thenSchedule.
  5. Choose a time and date to publish your post.
  6. Click Done.

To set your time zone:

  1. In the main dashboard, in the left menu, click Settingsand thenLanguage and formatting.
  2. Under “Formatting,” choose the time zone you want.
  3. In the top right corner, click Save settings.

Choose how HTML and line breaks are handled in your posts

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Under the name of the blog, click Posts.
  3. Select the post you want to edit.
  4. On the right side, click Post settingsand thenOptions.
  5. Choose how HTML code is displayed when entered in Compose mode:
    • Show HTML literally: your blog shows HTML code as it is typed
    • Interpret typed HTML: your blog shows HTML code as formatted content
  6. Choose how line breaks are handled.
  7. Click Done.
  8. For posts that have already been published, click Update or Revert to draft. For posts that haven’t been published yet, click Publish or Save.

Other ways to customize your posts

Change how your blog looks, change the language, or choose to make posts using email.

Create a post template

Save time by automatically formatting your posts:

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Click the blog.
  3. In the left menu, click Settingsand thenPosts, comments and sharing.
  4. Under “Posts,” next to Post Template, click Add.
  5. Add your template.
  6. In the top right corner, click Save settings.

Add a "Read more" link

Instead of displaying the entire post, you can just show a summary with a link to “Read More:”

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Click the blog.
  3. Click the post.
  4. In the composer box, place your cursor where you want to put the “Read More” link.
  5. Click Insert jump break ic_blogger_18dp.png.

Use a different alphabet

You can type words in English and have them appear in another script, such as Arabic or Russian:

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Choose the blog.
  3. In the left menu, click Settingsand thenLanguage and formatting.
  4. Under “Language,” select Enable transliteration.
  5. Choose your language.
  6. In the top right, click Save settings.
  7. Open a page or post you want to edit.
  8. On the Post editor next to the spell check button, click the Transliteration button.
  9. Type the text you want. As you type, a drop-down list will appear with options in the script you picked. Choose the text you want to appear in the post or on the page.
  10. To change languages, next to the Transliteration button, click the Down arrow Down Arrow. Choose the language you want to use.

Use email to post to your blog

Turn on posting by email

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. Choose the blog.
  3. In the left menu, click Settingsand thenEmail.
  4. Choose whether to publish emailed posts immediately or to save them as drafts and publish them yourself later.
  5. In the top right corner, click Save settings.

Post by email

  1. Create an email with your post title as the subject.
  2. The body of the email will be the post:
    • To mark the end of your post, enter #end.
    • To include an image, attach an image to your email.
  3. Send the email to the email address you created: (username.[secretword]@blogger.com).

Note: Anyone who emails this unique email address will be able to post as you on your blog.

Create posts with Open Live Writer

If you’re using Windows, you can use Open Live Writer to write posts for your blog.

Content to avoid adding to your blog

  • Avoid adding content hosted by someone else without their consent.
  • Avoid using copyrighted materials. Learn more about Blogger’s copyright policy.
  • Avoid adding content that violates our content policy. This includes, but is not limited to, explicit imagery posted without the subject’s consent and hateful, violent, or crude content.
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