Clicking on headlines opens the article. At a glance you’ll see:
At the top of each article is the headline along with the publication time and date. Below the headline is the main body of the article.
HEADER AND FOOTER
The header and footer contain additional info provided for media (Media only).
There are often images and other files supplied to provide more info. You’ll find any attachments at the bottom of the article. You can download them or click on images to view them full size.
If the attachment has a green tick and ‘Use image’ next to it this means that it will be included when the article is sent via XML (for example an image to display on a story).
- Edit – To make changes to the article (if you have permission to do this, i.e if you own the article or it’s been shared with you).
- Copy – To copy the headline, body of the article and ‘See it online’ link to your clipboard, so you can paste it into another system or document.
- Email – Emails you the article including the headline, source, publication date and links to view the article online and see it in Fuseworks.
- Mark Unread – Changes the article back to the unread state – the headline is bold.
If you click on ‘More’ you will see some more options:
- Tweet – To tweet the headline of the article.
- Print – To print out the article including the headline, source, publication date and previews of any images.
- Grant access – Grant access shows who owns the article, who it’s shared with and what rights they have – read only or edit. Grant access also lets you share the article with others (if you have permission to do this, i.e if you own the article).
- Add to Diary – To create a new event to add to the Diary using content from the article.
- Clone article – To create a copy of the article. This comes in handy if you want to issue another statement that is similar.
- Delete article – To remove the article from Fuseworks (if you have permission to do this, i.e if you own the article).
- Log – To see all the updates and other actions related to an article. You can see who did what to the article and when (if you have permission to do this, i.e if you own the article).
- Older/Newer arrows – If you’re viewing an article from a list (e.g in folders or from a search) you can use the ‘Older’ or ‘Newer’ arrows (or the left/right arrows on your keyboard) to get to the next article.
- Star – To add (and remove) the article from your ‘Starred’ folder so you can save it for future reference.
- View original – To open a link to view the original article on a third party website.
- Public version – To open a link to view a mobile friendly public version of the PR content. The pages are a great way to quickly share breaking news.
- Shareable version – To open a link to view a mobile friendly version of the print newspaper content.
The person, group and/or organisation that submitted the content, their primary contact details and some of their recent content. Click on the name to see the full profile.
Flexible tagging lets you track anything and easily monitor sentiment (Media and Tools only). You can report and search on tags to see how you’ve influenced the conversation. Click on tags you’ve added to an article to see all the other articles with the same tag. Check out how to add tags and track sentiment.
See at a glance which folder/s the article appears in. You can add or remove the article to folder/s by typing the name of the folder in the box, or clicking the ‘x’ to remove it from a folder. Check out these other ways to manage your folders.
Surfaces related content to give you more context. To create a report or copy related items to a folder tick the checkbox to select the articles you want then click ‘Copy’ to copy the selected articles to one of your custom folders or ‘Email’ send them in a report to yourself. This is a great way to create a quick campaign report for a media release.