If you use SiteContent to create your posts and pages, then you'll probably recognize this default layout: grid display, Last Edited, and 'UP' arrow.

The posts and pages are presented in a grid, which is very pleasantly aesthetic. After you create several pages, you can see them displayed with your Title, your featured picture, and the beginning of your content.

The 'UP' arrow, pictured above, indicates that the content will be displayed in ascending order, meaning that you will see the first piece of content you created first, followed by each successive piece of content you created.

This is great until you have written a lot of content. Then, you find yourself scrolling quite a bit, all the way down to the end of the page to reach the content you wish to finish or edit.

There are 2 very quick and easy things you can do to organize your SiteContent page to make it a bit more convenient to use.

Continue to Step 1... click on Next Page...



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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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BorisRoman 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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