ARCHIVED: How do I post or update XSEDE user news items?

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To post or update user news items for the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE), you must have access to the staff area of the XSEDE User Portal. When you're logged into the staff area of the XSEDE User Portal, go to Post User News, and then follow the appropriate instructions below.

Note: To navigate to Post User News from within the XSEDE User Portal, log into the portal, and from the menu bar, click Staff. From the staff home page, mouse over Admin, and then click Post user news.

Posting a new news item

To post a new user news item, click Post a new news item, and then:

  1. Under "News type", select System outage, Event, or Announcement from the drop-down list.
  2. Under "Categories", use the checkboxes to select appropriate categories for your item.
  3. Under "News Post Title", type a title for your item.
  4. Under "News Post Body", add the content of your news item.
  5. By default, notifications for new items are emailed to users, based on their news subscription settings. If you don't want to send a notification for your news item, uncheck the box next to "Send email notification to subscribers".
  6. Click Preview to review your work. When you're finished, click Submit to post your item.

Updating an existing news item

To update an existing news item, click Update recent news items, and then:

  1. Under "Post title", find the news item you want to update, and to its right, under "Action", click Update this item.
  2. Under "Updated post title", type a title for your update.
  3. Under "News update body", add the content of your update.
  4. By default, notifications for updated items are emailed to users, based on their news subscription settings. If you don't want to send a notification for your update, uncheck the box next to "Send email notification to subscribers".
  5. Click Preview to review your work. When you're finished, click Submit to post your update.

This document was developed with support from National Science Foundation (NSF) grants 1053575 and 1548562. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.

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