Edit a Post

There are two ways to get into your post to edit it; the editing process and functionality is the same from that point on for both. 

Method 1 – Edit Directly

Navigate to the post in edit/secure mode (i.e. home page or News Centre) then click on gear icon and choose Edit Post.

Make required modifications and save/publish as usual.


 

Method 2 – SiteGovern

If you have created a post but not yet published it, this is the only way to edit it.

In SiteGovern, go to Recent Contents and choose the content type (shown on the right) from the dropdown.


 

Click “Edit” beside the post you want to modify:


 

Use the wizard to modify and publish the post as usual. 




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An email has been sent to CBE families with updates on positive case and outbreak notifications, transitioning classes online and at-home rapid testing for K-6 students https://t.co/y9akUtYR0F #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/4h1xtQ3ciO

RT @Indigenous_cbe: Ayy, Siyissgass, Îsnyess, Hiy Hiy, Marsee, Thank you #WeAreCBE for making the 1st system wide Indigenous Education PL Day a success 💛❤️🖤🤍. Can't wait for next year and all the learning that will happen in between. #CBEIndigenousEd https://t.co/zkyrNror25

RT @yyCBEdu: Monday, Oct. 18 is a system-wide non-instructional day so there are no classes for students. It is also municipal election day – don’t forget to vote! Have a safe long weekend and please continue to follow all public health measures #WeAreCBE https://t.co/isScnELKOp

Monday, Oct. 18 is a system-wide non-instructional day so there are no classes for students. It is also municipal election day – don’t forget to vote! Have a safe long weekend and please continue to follow all public health measures #WeAreCBE https://t.co/isScnELKOp

RT @UsihChristopher: Looking forward to our system-wide PL Day on Indigenous Ed (Oct 18). #WeAreCBE staff will engage in learning to build our knowledge &understanding. Thank-you to Elders and Knowledge Keepers for their wisdom &guidance as we work together to improve outcomes for Indigenous students