Learning how to make posts on this website

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One of the visions behind our new website's design is that posting to it can be done by people other than the website administrators. One model used at some monthly meetings is to have a person designated by each standing committee or other group that has a legitimate need to post to the website. Those "approved conributors" can then put up content that their committee has approved for sharing with the rest of the meeting (or with all other Quaker Cloud users, or with the world). 

Kevin Taylor of Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting has put together a tutorial on various aspects of making posts for such approved contributors. You may notice mention of CPMM, but the same ideas apply for Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting as well. Click the link to the right (in "Related") to check out his Approved Contributor Toolkit.