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Sharepoint 2007 blog functionality

  Asked By: Michael    Date: Sep 25    Category: MOSS    Views: 4533

I am a beginner to sharepoint .Please tell me How do i enable blogging in MOSS
2007 and

Can someone kindly confirm if following is possible in Blog:
Can owner of a blog edit blog’s title?
Can a user or a owner disable comments on a particular blog or for all of his
Can a user or a owner delete a comment on his blog?
Can we categorize (tag) blogs?



5 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Osvaldo Winters     Answered On: Sep 25

When you create a new site, do you see Blog under the site templates? If so,
use that to create your site. once you do that you'll find the rest of your
answers pretty quickly.

Answer #2    Answered By: Kylie Gill     Answered On: Sep 25

Everything you said is possible. You simply create a site and under
template choose blog.

By default comments are not allowed for anonymous users on a blog.
YOu have to enable that. You can also specify that users can read
comments, not read comments, edit comments, add, delete, etc. Blogs
can be categorized by having each one a different site. Or you can
create categories which are on a single blog  site that are right out
of the box.

Answer #3    Answered By: Brianna Olson     Answered On: Sep 25

You can create categories, but you can only associate one category with each
post. This is different from the "tags" in some blog  systems which are

Answer #4    Answered By: Selena Glenn     Answered On: Sep 25

You can associate more than one category. Go into settings for the Posts list (
HYPERLINK "www.toddklindt.com/blog/Lists/Posts/AllPosts.aspx"Posts >
D4087%2D94F4%2D7F95FF4CA81F%7D"Settings > Edit Column in settings) and check
the "Allow Multiple Values" box. It's not quite the same as tags, but it's a
step closer.

Answer #5    Answered By: Anila Bhuva     Answered On: Sep 25

That didn't turn out quite how I intended. I meant for that to look like "Posts
> Settings > Edit Column" in Site Settings.

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