Using the Substack post editor: part 2
Explaining Substack's editor settings
This is the latest in my Substack for Beginners video series. Do remember, if you’re just here to read Tales from the Triverse or the usual newsletters, you can easily customise what you receive by visiting your account.
Hi everyone. There was a more innocent time when I thought I’d pump these videos out each week. 🤣 This one has taken a while longer than expected, but that’s also because there’s been a lot going on.
Today I continue my look at the Substack editor, specifically diving into the settings window and the publishing process. I cover stuff like:
How drafts work, and where to find them
How to send different newsletters to free and paid subscribers
Where you can update your post’s SEO settings
How free previews work
How to set up early access for paid subscribers
What else is happening? Well, for starterspublished an excellent essay about the Bin Laden/Tik Tok thing, which more-or-less also functions as a guide for writing good villains. I’m not sure if that was Erik’s intent, but don’t miss it:
Apparently the UK is the second fastest growing Substack cohort. Noice:is running an interesting community collaboration project. I don’t have the time to take part this go round, but if you’re looking for some inspiration do check it out:
Writershared a lovely review of No Adults Allowed, my cheery post-apocalyptic novel:
Thanks, Daniel! Next on Daniel’s reading list is Dune, so, er, I’m glad he read mine before rather than after that one.
Thanks for reading. I’ll see you all on Friday.