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Ghostwrite Content | Communifire Documentation

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arester

Are there any plans to add this functionality to Files?

9/13/2019 06:24 PM
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gskamau

Hey Aaron,

There are no plans to add ghostwriting functionality for files.

Grace

9/13/2019 06:47 PM
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arester

Thanks, Grace. Will there be any other means of assigning a file to a new owner? For example:

Employee X uploads File 1 to Space A, but transfers out of the department (and Space A) and should no longer be responsible for for File 1; instead, we'd like Employee B to be the owner and get notifications, etc.

9/13/2019 07:01 PM
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gskamau

Hey Aaron,

We don't have plans to add such functionality either. Users can Follow Content to get notifications about comments and updates to the content.

Grace

9/13/2019 07:09 PM
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ajbush

We don't see the System Properties option when going into Manage Spaces.

9/19/2019 09:06 PM
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Foster

Hi Andrew, 

You will need to be updated to a newer version of Communifire in order to get the Ghost Writing capability.  Please open a Private Case so that we can coordinate a time to get together to update your site. 

Thanks,
Foster

9/20/2019 12:09 PM
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daniel.simmons

Is it possible to Ghost Write for the home page?

12/17/2019 07:10 PM
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gskamau

Hey Daniel,

What area of the homepage are you referring to? Please share a screenshot. Feel free to create a private case here if the homepage contains sensitive information.

Grace

12/17/2019 07:33 PM
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daniel.simmons

Hey Grace,

By home page, I meant I just want to place an Article to the Top Level Community via content list widget (page builder) and I want that article to be written by somebody else. 

12/17/2019 07:39 PM
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gskamau

Hey Daniel,

Yes, you can enable ghostwriting in the top level community. Go to Control Panel > System > System Properties, search for GhostwritingEnabled, and set it to true. Then update article permissions in Control Panel > Content > Articles > Permissions. Check the Select Author permission for the roles that can ghostwrite content, and save permissions. You can also create new roles in Control Panel > People > Roles > Add User Role .

Grace

12/17/2019 08:08 PM
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daniel.simmons

Thank you!

12/17/2019 08:15 PM
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IanScholten

Hi, is it possible to 'Ghostwrite' events and idea content types in the Top Level Community? I've got it enabled but don't see the option when I go into the permissions for that content type.

29 days ago
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Foster

Hi Ian, 

It is only possible to ghostwrite for Articles, Blogs, Videos, and Wikis. We do not support ghostwriting Events and Ideas. 

Foster 

29 days ago
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