How to use Write.as

writefreely

You can permanently pin any blog post to your blog's navigation bar (like an “About” or “Contact” page) by following these steps:

  1. Publish a post to your blog
  2. Go to your blog home page by clicking your blog name in the top-left corner
  3. Hover over the post
  4. Click Pin

That's it! You'll see a link to that post from every page on your blog.

Note: on Write.as, this requires a Pro or Support subscription.

Here's what it looks like in practice:

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Creating a draft on Write.as / WriteFreely is easy. From the dropdown menu in the editor, select “Anonymous” (called “Draft” in WriteFreely) before publishing, write your post, and then press the Publish button. That's it!

This will create a post at a secret, but shareable, URL. You can choose to share that URL with someone you'd like to have review your draft, or just keep it to yourself to have it remain private. Now, you can continue editing this draft and saving updates with the Publish button. You can find it listed on your “Posts” page (again called “Drafts” in WriteFreely).

When you're ready to publish to your blog, navigate to your Posts / Drafts page, scroll down to your post, and click “move to {your blog}”. (If you have multiple blogs, instead you'll see a dropdown menu that says “move to...”) Once you do that, your post will be live on your blog!

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