In our system “post” is the general term we use for any discrete
piece of content that stands on its own. At a minimum a post must
have a title; most posts have more information, though: body
text, images, file attachments, event dates, videos, etc.
When trying to determine if something is a discrete piece of
content, it is sometimes helpful to think about it this way: if
someone were searching your site and found your post, would it
make sense on its own? Or would it be a bit confusing (for
example, reservation information about an event, without the
actual event information)?
There are many different types of posts and you even have the
ability to customize them and add new ones. This post in
particular has a related link and a file attachment, which have
been added by using the vertical tabs below the body text area.
Sloane oversees the operation of the product team and its
developers. Sloane is also pioneering and improving the company’s
software-as-a-service strategy and identifying and deploying the
platform into new verticals.
Her background includes web development, graphic design, event
coordination, marketing management, journalism, politics,
firefighting, and emergency medicine, giving her a wide range of
experience to draw from. Her interests include emergency
services, martial arts and meditation.