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Remote Publishing

You can blog not only from EasyBlog, but from other platform, too! Learn how to push your blog entries remotely.
Remote Publishing through Microsoft Word

Windows users now can easily create a blog post using Microsoft Word. Here are the few simple steps which you need to take to remotely publish your blogpost to EasyBlog.

  1. Firstly, you need to create a new documents in Microsoft Word.

    Microsoft Word Remote Publishing

  2. Next, click on New blog post.

    Microsoft Word Remote Publishing

  3. Next, click on Manage Accounts located at the left arrow. Select the user which you want to publish the blog post into. If you're first time here, you need to create a new blog account.

    Microsoft Word Remote Publishing

  4. After you have selected the user, there will be a prompt option which require you to select your blog provider. You need to select Other from the list available there and click next.

    Microsoft Word Remote Publishing

  5. Next, you need to enter the required information. Please select MetaWebLog as your API and please put your Blog Post URL. Your Blog Post URL must be the same as this url: http://yourdomainname.com/index.php?option=com_easyblog&view=xmlrpc&tmpl=component. You also need to enter your credentials for your blog. After completed the steps, click OK to continue.

    Microsoft Word Remote Publishing

  6. Here is the prompt a confirmation message. You will receive this message when it has successfully connnected to EasyBlog.

    Microsoft Word Remote Publishing

  7. After the configuration is complete, now you can start writing the blogpost. You can click Insert Category button on the Words toolbar to adds category or select your desired category.

    Microsoft Word Remote Publishing

  8. You can click on the publish option located at the top left below the start button, once you have completed your blog post. You need to wait a while for the blog post to be send to EasyBlog. After it has successfully published on your blog, you will reveice a notice stating This post was published to Super Admin's blog entries at...

    Microsoft Word Remote Publishing

  9. Here is the result of the blog post published from Microsoft Word.

    Microsoft Word Remote Publishing