There are a lot of things you can do in the composer, and that’s because it is so versatile. You can edit your posts and pages, manage your comments, create new blog posts or pages–the possibilities are endless. But there is one thing you cannot do: perform SEO work in the composer. This might seem like a big deal at first glance, but it’ll make sense after reading this post!
Action: a) you can do all of the following actions in the composer
b) except for SEO work c) this might seem like a big deal at first glance, but it’ll make sense after reading this post!
you can edit your posts and pages
manage your comments
create new blog posts or pages
perform any kind of task from anywhere on your site that you want to get done. You just have to know where everything is located. For example, if you wanted to delete an old comment made by someone who has never commented again since then (we’ve all been there!), you would go into Comments > All Comments > find said comment and click Delete Comment. That’s not all you can do.
add to the content on your site, as needed
schedule tasks in advance for when you’re not available or just too busy with other things going on
and more! You’ll learn all about it in this post. Let’s get started now – there are nine actions that you can take without any help from a developer:
Action: d) create new blog posts or pages e) edit your posts and page f) manage comments g) perform any kind of task from anywhere on your site that you want to get done h) add to the content on your site i) schedule tasks in advance for when you’re not available j ) find said comment k ) delete said comment l ) listen to feedback
You can do all of these things, except for one thing. What is it? Commenting! Adding a comment isn’t possible because there’s no commenting button. You have other options though – you could just as easily make some edits, change how many comments are displayed on the post, or schedule something to happen at a later date.
Now you know what we can’t do in the composer!
You can do all of these things without help from a developer. That’s great if you don’t have access (or time!) – but there are some things worth knowing about first . For example, how does adding a comment work? What do you need to know before you make edits? Check out our blog post on the subject for more information.
you can’t add comments in the composer; but editing and scheduling are possible without help from developers! Commenting is allowed only if there’s an additional plug-in installed! (to be written)
What else can we do with the composer that isn’t available otherwise? Content management systems often lack features like these – they’re just not designed as content creation tools. But because of how simple it is to use this app, many people have found ways around their limitations by using what The Composer offers instead . For example:
you can create blog posts or articles on a schedule or edit existing ones at any time ; for instance, you may want to write one post per day about your company’s latest news.
you can edit, insert or delete paragraphs of text with simple keyboard commands.
you can even add images to your content without downloading and uploading them first!
if needed, you can also use the composer’s built in CSS editor to change colors, fonts or sizes for any part of a post .
What else is possible? What more could we do here that isn’t available elsewhere? We’re always looking for ways around limitations – so when it comes to managing our content on blog posts or articles , there are plenty of things The Composer offers which other platforms don’t:
You’ll be able to create blog posts or articles on a schedule ; for instance, you may want to write one post a day and upload it at a certain time to your blog.
You can customize the date format for each post you create ; for instance, if you’re writing posts ahead of schedule but want them all published on different days in order, you might need to change the way dates are displayed – depending on which country you live in .
The Composer has built-in support for adding tags or categories (as well as their related content) so that readers will be able to find what they’re looking for without much trouble. Your library could grow into an extensive set of topics with this feature!
If you have other writers contributing articles from time to time , we’ll give every contributor their own login and profile page.