WordPress Post All Posts
Accessing the All Posts Screen in WordPress
The All Posts Screen is very similar to the All Pages Screen but right away you see some other options and columns. You are going to want to set up your Post section to best match the topic of your WordPress Website.
Unlike WordPress Pages the Post have two additional features called Categories and Tags. Here you can organized and sort your post by categories which is very helpful so create categories to help you and your visitors feed your content easily on your WordPress Blog.
From this screen you can see Post by Title, Author, Categories, Tags and Date. If you allow Comments you can also see how many comments each Post has.
If you have multiple Authors, Editors and Contributors you can view and manage their activity.
Publishing a Post in WordPress is what most call or refer to as their Blog. This is where you will be posting most of your content so take them time to organize it as best you can so it makes the most sense to you and your audience so you can build a go following and have a successful website.
It is this area that you can really tap into WordPress’s strengths and you really want to understand as best you can how to use it effectively. So many of the WordPress sites I have seen and worked on don’t utilize this area which is a real shame.
Time and time again Web Designers give clients WordPress just because of the simple page editor and never take the time to explain WordPress to the client. If you have a WordPress Website and you are not using the Post section you are really missing out. Go login to your website and go to the All Posts Screen, if there is nothing there you should be concerned.
Now that you have logged in to your WordPress site and reviewed the All Posts Screen what do you do next?