You can create blog posts from within your profile's Content page ("Blog Post" link).
Every blog must have a unique address. This is what people will enter into their web browser to view your blog (such as https://community.oracle.com/blogs/eudriscabrera).
Depending on how you plan to use your blog, the address might be your business name, your own name, a nickname, or a phrase that captures the idea of your blog.
All your blog posts will be attach at your own profile unless you specifically choose the "A place's blog" option and specify a particular space.
"All your blog posts will be attach at your own profile unless you specifically choose the "A place's blog" option and specify a particular space."
Though not all spaces will allow regular members to post blogs in them - This depends on whether the manager of the space has permitted it. By default most spaces have blogs disabled for regular members.
> You can create blog posts from within your profile's Content page ("Blog Post" link).
reached to the 'Blog Post' link. The page is empty (of course) and shows a message "There is nothing there. Why do not you create something?" -- but unfortunately neither the message text nor its accompanying graphic of a blank document is an active link that leads to create a post.
So i can not yet figure out how to create a post.
Thanks for your help.
Here is the Blog Article Publishing Templet,
Enter the information in each of the headings below:
<PUT YOUR BLOG TITLE>
<ADD APPROPRIATE KEYWORDS>
<ADD CATEGORIES FROM – Announcements, Training
<ADD YOUR BLOG TEXT HERE. PASTE SCREENSHOTS, IF ANY.
WILL BE GOOD TO ADD BELOW LINE AT THE END OF ARTICLE>
Feel free to open a community thread here, if you have any questions about the feature.
We use the same thing to Publish the Blog.
You can follow this steps:
Click on your name - Inbox & Activity - On "Whats Going on" click on the down arrow - Blog Post.
There you can create a blog post with the right format!
I went via my personal @profile - it had a link that allowed me to create my own blog - it took only a few minutes to publish my first item.