By default, the content created using SiteContent is presented in a grid layout, in ascending order.

On the previous page, I showed you how to simply change the display to descending order, if you wish to see your most recent content displayed first.

Organizing the Grid

Now, let's look at a close up of a content preview. This is one piece of the grid, as it would appear in the default setting.

SiteContent automatically saves the Title, the beginning of the article, the word count, and the age of each piece of content you create.

At the bottom, there are 4 icons:

  1. G - The Google G. This is gray until the content is indexed by Google. Once indexed, it appears as the colorful Google logo.
  2. A Bucket. This is clickable, and, when clicked, it provides the option of categorizing your content.
  3. Published. This is gray if your content is still in draft form. It appears green once your content has been published.
  4. Trash. This will delete your content piece.

What we are covering in this tutorial is the Bucket.

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    Wealth2018 Premium
    Thanks Cris. I have been a bit frustrated having to scroll through content to find what I am looking for. I will definitely use the up and down arrows as well as start to create some Buckets!! Thanks again.

    Mary Ann
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    cris1018 Premium
    Same here! Frustration often leads to learning new things. :-)
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    Wealth2018 Premium
    Isn't that the truth!!
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    BobRoman Premium
    Very useful tutorial, Cris!

    Thanks a lot for sharing!

    Have a nice weekend!

    Bob
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    cris1018 Premium
    Thanks, Bob! You have a great weekend, too!
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    Twack Premium
    Excellent training Cris. It was a few months before I even realised what 'Buckets' were for.
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    cris1018 Premium
    Same here! Now I love them!
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    Babou3 Premium
    Really great and useful tutorial!

    Thanks
    Ingrid
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    cris1018 Premium
    Thank you, Ingrid! Have a wonderful weekend!
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    Mick18 Premium
    Excellent tutorial. I've wondered what those buckets were. Just never checked into it. Will start using them since I have two sites. It will come in handy. Thanks
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    cris1018 Premium
    Thanks, Mickey. I wondered the same for a while, and when I started using them, I realized how useful they are!
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