Love it! This article really helped me on the export filtering piece.
Here is a review of what I’m doing.
I’ve created a method/process for reviewing articles and writing blog articles.
For instance, here is a process I came up with for writing an article I may be be reviewing.
- Create a note and assign it to the Article Review Prototype
- Create insights (aka notes) as I’m reading the article (See Image 1)
- Link the insights to the source (See Image 2)
- I then pull everything into the main source note and use $OutlineOrder to specify the order I want the notes to output in the HTML
- Next, I refine the article and put in export codes in, like ^value($Name) or ^value($Citation), to pull attributes into the body of the text
- I then decide if I want to keep an insight in my final output; if I don’t I check the $HTMLDontExport so that it does not show up in my blog post (See image 3). Note, in my Article Summary HTML template I have a conditional to remove the notes I don’t want to report (See image 4)
- I then review the blog post, make any final edits (Image 5); if I’m good to go, I publish it to my blog (Image 6)
I hope someone finds this useful.
When I create a link from the source article to the "Insight article I drag over a link or use Link Parking Space. I sent in the Inspector to have that has a Link labeled Insight to trigger this code:
This passes over the $Citation and $StartDate details from the source to the insight (I love StartDate to use in the Timeline). It also tags the note as Insight, and tests if there is a % in the title of the destination, if there I tag the destination with as a Statistic as well to help later with agents.
I pulled form the comments above to use $HTMLDontExport to help with my publishing,
My HTML Template
< h2>^title^< /h2>
^children("/Templates/HTML page/HTML item")^