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Option to hide time & date in blog area

Just like you can hide the blog intros, I would love to be able to hide the time and date on blog posts, too. I am not really using this area for blogs, but for case studies and a place to post work, and having the time and date there ruins things.

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    Happiness Officer
    Commentaire officiel

    Thank you so much for your patience! We just released a hide blog post date functionality. We hope this will give you more flexibility with your content creation. Please send over any feedback and happy blogging!

     

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    Happiness Officer
    Thank you very much for your feedback! We’re reviewing this suggestion and we’ll keep you updated if there’s any progress on this feature. Thank you!
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    Marc van der Woude

    In my view this should be higher on your priority scale. It's very easy to add this functionality (hide time and date) to the blog section, or to add a case study section with the exact same features as the current blog section but without date.

    It's much in demand as no other section on Strikingly offers the space for more elaborate text. And oftentimes you need more space to properly explain something to your clients. Uploading a pdf feel less native.

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    Teri Morris

    Absolutely. This should be a simple function to implement and it would be really helpful for a lot of people. 

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    Deborah

    I couldn't agree more with the urgent need for this feature. As far as I can tell, the "blog" section template is the only one that allows the user to showcase, say, published articles in a way that works. For example, I don't want the entire text of a feature article showing on the page, but I want people to be able to read it all when they click on it. 

    Having the ability to turn off the date is essential. I don't want people to see when I posted it, I want to be able to indicate (manually) the date each article was published.

     It would also be very nice to have a SEPARATE section template that isn't labelled "blog" that would provide this functionality. That way bloggers could have their thing, and those of us who are needing to find a way to include more of a written portfolio or case studies or whatever would have something designed for THAT function.

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    Marc van der Woude

    Wow. It took a year to implement, but now you made my day. :-)

     

    Marc

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    Dave Weatherall

    Thanks for doing this guys!

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