Here's a breakdown of every setting in your Add New Media Item window. Here you can add titles and descriptions, add speakers and tags, and even upload attachments! (amongst a bunch of other fun things 😬)
Give your media a clever title! Nothing too fancy here ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Every good sermon deserves a good description. In a few sentences, summarize your sermon so your users can get an idea of what it's about! This description will show on that sermon's specific page.
This description will show on that sermon's specific page.
Simply add the speaker by typing their name and hitting Enter! Those speakers will be saved for later, so the next time you are editing media you can quickly find past speakers in the dropdown menu!
This is the date that the sermon was recorded. You can choose a publishing date later on if you want to backdate it or set it to publish in the future, but this recorded date is helpful for sorting in your Sermon Engine and in your RSS feed.
Selects a source scripture (or scriptures!) from the dropdown menus. You can even choose from multiple bible translations! The best part? The linked scriptures are active links, so when a user clicks on it the scripture opens at bible.com in a new tab 😎
Similar to adding and selecting speakers, you can do the same for content tag words. Simply type and save by smashing the Enter button on your keyboard. Be sure to only tag relevant tag words, as users will be able to filter through your sermons using these tags!
Same as speakers, these tags are forever saved and added to the dropdown menu for your next use.
Upload attachments that are relevant to your sermon such as images, worksheets, or sermon notes using the attachment feature! Simply click Add An Attachment and select a file from your computer! Any file type is accepted, and files must be 250mb or less.
You're not limited to one attachment! Click Add Another Attachment to keep attaching until the cows come home 🐄
You can set your sermon to publish now, at a later date, or even save it as a draft for later! Simply select the date and time from the calendar, and voila! You've successfully travelled time ⏱
Don't forget to save your changes!