New Feature: 3 Resource Boxes

This was a monster new feature that took us quite a bit to add, functionality wise, into your membership accounts with us.

You can now save your default RESOURCE BOX and up to 2 additional RESOURCE BOXES for your default author and alternate author accounts… SAVING YOU THE TIME from having to copy and paste it each time you send in a new article. :-)

How to upload your default and optional resource boxes:

Go into your EzineArticles membership account, click on MEMBERS PROFILE, and then click on your AUTHOR NAME… where you will then be able to enter a default RESOURCE BOX (called resource1) and up to 2 additional resource boxes (called resource2 and resource3 respectively). We generously allow 1,101 characters for each resource box (about 175-250 words).

Once you setup your default resource box (and up to 2 optional resource boxes of data), you will no longer have to re-enter them each time you send in an article! Think of the additional time you can save with this new feature? Perhaps you might want to head to the gym earlier or better yet, send in another article now that you can do it in less time! :) *hint hint*

You can easily select a resource box from your members profile that you pre-defined and our submission form will auto-fill it in.

Thanks goes out to Dave Taylor who first made the suggestion for us to add this functionality back in February.

Please log in to your account, have a look, comment on it, and break it for us so we can strengthen this new feature before telling 9k authors about it.



Thanks Chris, that’s very helpful and a real time-saver!

Comment provided August 10, 2005 at 2:30 PM



A great idea, one that I already found useful today. Many thanks!

Comment provided August 10, 2005 at 7:07 PM


Denise O'Berry writes:

Chris —

You just keep making better and better. You’re already miles ahead of the competition. Thanks for making it easy for us — both authors and publishers — to use your service.

Comment provided August 11, 2005 at 7:17 AM



Hello Chris,

An idea whose time has come.


Comment provided August 11, 2005 at 5:17 PM


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