How do I create a post?

To create a post, follow the steps below:

For desktop users:


1. Click on the "What's your question?" box at the top of your news feed.

2. Select the community you would like to post in from the options.

OR

1. Click on ‘My Hub’ on the top menu and select the name of the community you want to create a post in

2. On the community homepage, click on "Write" in the top right hand corner of the page.

3. Select whether your message is a post or question

4. Write the title and message of your post in the appropriate boxes

5. To add an image, click the "Add photo" button. Please note that the file must be 2MB or smaller

6. "Select a topic" from the drop-down menu if you wish to make it easier for others to find your post.

7. Select who the post is visible to:

"Everyone" means that the post/question, as well as the replies to it, can be seen by users who are not members of that community as well as visitors who do not have HealthUnlocked accounts. 

"Only followers of my community" means that the visibility of the post/question is strictly limited to just the title and the first 247 characters for anyone who is just a visitor (whether they are HealthUnlocked members or not).
Only members of the community can see the author's username and the full post/question and replies.

All posts, whether for "Everyone" or for "Only followers of my community", can be found by outside search engines, but private "Only followers of my community" posts will still have that visibility limited. 

8. If you are satisfied with your post, click the "Submit" button

For mobile users:
1.  Click on the "Write" box at the top of your news feed.

2. Select the community you would like to post in from the options.

3. Follow the steps from 2. for desktop users

You have now successfully written a post/question!

If you have any questions or encounter any technical difficulties, please contact us below!

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