Learn how to use my favorite features on Hive
Good day to everyone! Today, in response to the Hive Ghana community writing prompts, I'll be sharing my knowledge of some of my favorite features on the Hive blockchain. I will also be talking about a simple markdown guide that is used in making my contents look cool, and in the end, I hope this will come in handy to help you in one way or another in preparing your content subsequently.
A FEATURES I LIKE ALOT
To start with, I'll be talking about the share draft features on Peakd. This is a feature I believe makes a difference in a lot of ways. especially in a situation where you are writing content and you need someone far away from you to help you proofread it or add markdown to it. It's so unique in a way that you can easily share your draft with someone, and when they go to their own draft, they can easily see what you've written, and depending on whichever position you give them, they can read through, edit, or even publish it, depending on the role you give them while sharing.
It is worthy of note that before you can share your draft with someone, Then both of you must be following one another on Hive. In other words, when you're not following each other, that means you can't share your draft with them, so for you to be able to share your draft with someone, you both need to be following each other on the hive blockchain.
Some of the features of the share draft on peakd are;
- Reader Role: This role, when given to a user, Grant the user the ability to read through the content you have written on your own blog. That means if you share your content with someone and give them the role of a reader, when they go to their own draft page, they will find the content you have written and can easily read through it.
- Editor Role: The editor role is one I find very exciting. It grants me the ability to share my content with a friend on the Hive blockchain and grants them the ability to help me edit it. This is a technique I taught most of the newbies I invited to Hive Blockchain. When they are new and live far away from me, I tend to share the steps in sharing their draft with me, so when they write the introduction post, I can easily go through my own draft where they've shared it and help them edit it. This is also a feature that we can use, for example, when two or three people are working on a singular project. In order to make this work, they can easily share drafts between themselves to make it perfect.
- This also has special features that mean you can grant someone with whom you are sharing your draft the ability to publish the post on their side. All you need to do after sharing the draft is switch on the button above the same page, which is shown on and off by clicking on it. That means the person will have the ability to not just edit but also publish it on their own blog.
A screenshot from my draft on peakd.
- Another thing I shared in this video is the way I set up some markdown to make my articles look nice. For example, when you are writing normally on Hive, it tends to justify your text to the left, and this is something that doesn't make content that top-notch. So I usually add some markdown code to help me justify my content in the center, and this kind of makes it look okay the way I set it up; it doesn't just justify the text but also each and every picture I added during the course of my writing.
To do this, all you need to do is;
Put this in this
<div class=text-justify>first line before writing anything.
Then add this
</div>in the last line when you're done with your write-up, it'll automatically justify all your write-up.
Thanks so much for your time. I hope you are enjoying the video. This is an entry for The Hive Ghana community prompt.you can read through this blog to get more information about it.
Have a blessed and productive day ahead.