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TERMINALFOUR (T4) Tip 17: Migration To Terminalfour? Here Is An Example Of What To Do With All Those Factsheets

Your fact sheets are GREAT blog content. Here is an example: http://blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/leeco/2017/05/08/beach-sunflower/

Intended Audience: EXTENSION MODERATORS

TIP: The original .PDF file is embedded as a link in the post after uploading it to the Media gallery.

EXPLANATION: Your facts sheets can live on. But they will need to be transferred by the UF/IFAS Extension County T4 Moderator to either Blogs.IFAS or the TERMINALFOUR Media Gallery. I recommend the T4 media gallery since it has bulk upload (which means hundreds can be uploaded at one time).

Contact webteam@ifas.ufl.edu to learn how to bulk upload your .pdf fact sheets to the T4 Media library.

NOTE: Putting your fact sheets in the Media library does not mean anyone would see them. So, follow this example to expose your factsheets using a blog post. A screenshot of the post is below.

The screenshot shows how the post would look when posted on Blogs.IFAS. Please note the red boxes in the screenshot:

  • Blog title and post are from the .PDF fact sheet.
  • The body of the post includes a link to the Full – fact sheet uploaded to the Media Gallery as a .PDF file.
  • The post was labeled: “Category: Horticulture” and Tagged “beach sunflower, dune sunflower, and factsheet.”
  • You need a big featured image for the post (1338wX357h – pixel) so I inserted a high-quality photo fromhttp://photos.ifas.ufl.edu.