Publishing to Twixl is one of the ways in which a Digital article can be published from Studio.
This article explains how this is done.
Note: Publishing to Twixl requires that the system is set up correctly. It is assumed here that this is done.
Step 1. Create a Digital article as described in Working with Digital articles in Studio and add the required content.
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Step 2. Make sure that the correct style is applied:
- In the toolbar on the right, click Look and Feel to open the Look and Feel options.
- Choose a style from the list of available styles.
The changes are applied immediately.
Step 3. Access the properties of the article and make sure that the metadata properties for Twixl are set. These can include the following:
|Field display name||Twixl metadata field / remark|
|On Sale Date||Published On|
|Twixl Collection ID||Collection (When empty, the content item will be unassigned.)|
|Pushed from Studio||This metadata field helps the Twixl automation know which Rule Set to use and is typically not editable.|
Step 4. Publish the article. The process to follow depends on the version of Studio used (see how to check the version that is installed):
Studio 11.123 and higher
Do one of the following:
- Select a Digital article or a group of files containing Digital articles, right-click any of the files and choose Publish from the context menu.
- Open an article in the Digital editor and click Publish in the top right corner.
In the dialog that appears, select the channels to which the articles should be published and click Publish.
Studio 11.122 and lower
Open an article in the Digital editor and in the top right corner, click Publish.
In the dialog that appears, choose Twixl as the target to publish to, and the channel to which the article should be published.
Click Publish to publish the article.
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