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How-To: using Google Takeout for “Download my knols to a file”

Hi, As reported on Knol Help Page their are a lot of people who have problems to use the “Download my knols to a file“… So, here we go. I will explain you How-To: first click the link “Download my knols to a file” as shown in above screenshot… Make sure to be logged in […]

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My first multi-author English knol is migrated

Hi, My first multi-author English knol is migrated, the ancient knol “For a Better World“. Here is the URL http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2011/12/29/for-a-better-world-test/. As I don’t like to use the automatic Knol migration where there are a lot of bugs in and even some unwanted surprises, so I decided to download all my knols as a file and to […]

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Knol: Annotum-WordPress-Theme or an other WordPress-Theme?

Hi, So, soon on May 1st, 2012 Knol Authors should leave Knol as it will discontinue its service! Knol Authors get told that they have the option to migrate their knols to WordPress-Annotum if wanted so… What Knol Authors should know: If you want to go to WordPress, OK. Let’s talk about a bit to […]

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Did You Know: Migration of your knols/co-authors of knols

Hi, Migration of your knols: being ONLY a co-author on some knols is a big responsibility when making the migration as ALL your knols, even those where you are ONLY co-author will get transferred to your new home on WordPress-Annotum!!! Thus meaning: the knols where YOU are not the OWNER and where you are ONLY co-author […]

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Did You Know: Code in WordPress-Annotum…

Hi, Did You Know: Some code is NOT allowed in WordPress-Annotum such as: HTML: embed frame iframe form input object textarea and others… So isn’t it allowed to use JavaScript, nor Flash and other Embeds… To find out more about Code, please visit Posting Source Code. Stay tuned for next posts 😉

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Did You Know: Annotum and the Visual Editor-The TinyMCE – Javascript WYSIWYG Editor

Hi, Let us have a look on the Editor in WordPress-Annotum and explain it a bit, there is a need as it is different from what Knol Authors were used… First have a look at Crowd Favorite: Structured XML editor in TinyMCE to understand the philosophy behind it… WordPress-Annotum uses a reduced version of the TinyMCE – Javascript […]

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Did You Know: Annotum has posts, articles and pages

Hi, Did You Know: Annotum has posts, articles and pages… So what is the difference? Let us start with “articles“, which is something NEW and most of people won’t understand it (I didn’t neither on the beginning when I started with Annotum…) and might be confusing… That’s why I started to make some search about […]

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Simple HTML for WordPress-ANNOTUM use

A test page to find out how one can work with simple HTML to build nice looking pages and posts on WordPress and WordPress-Annotum… Being not a programmer, I need myself to learn about it and I will try to explain what sort of HTML code is working here on WordPress-Annotum… it’s a bit different […]

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Did You Know: WordPress-Annotum has integrated Help in editing mode?

Hi, Just discovered the Help in WordPress-Annotum as I was really stuck, helped me out of this bad situation. Discover it also here below by following my small tutorial… When looking for Help support in editing mode, click the “Help-Button” in the upper right corner… Click image to enlarge The following screen will show up […]

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Knol is dead, show what you are able to do on WordPress-Annotum!

Hi, Show what you are able to do on WordPress-Annotum, the new home of Knol and make the migration with peace, without the need to have enemies. The enemy is yourself (he is inside you…) if you are not able to socialize with every body… if you need at any moment to find acknowledgement and […]

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My tutorials about Knol-WordPress-Annotum featured

Hi, Proudly announcing (feeling very happy…) that my tutorial (explaining why I create them…) Why do I present ONLY small tutorials? is getting featured on WordPress today on following tags of WordPress-Search “Annotum“: URL: http://en.wordpress.com/tag/annotum/ and also featured on WordPress today on following tags of WordPress-Search “Knol“: URL: http://en.wordpress.com/tag/knol/ First steps to make the Knol-WordPress-Annotum Migration a success are […]

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My experience with the migration from Knol to WordPress-Annotum

Moving from one home to an other one is even in real life nothing easy, so certainly not in virtual life (Internet)… I will try to report about my experience with the migration Knol-WordPress-Annotum, but first of all I want to publish some small tutorials about what I mean are the most important things to […]

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Google Groups Discussion Forum about the Migration Knol-WordPress-Annotum

Hi, Lots of questions about the migration from Google Knol to WordPress-Annotum, but where to find the answers? I proposed you already some small tutorials where to find support, where here the main links again: Annotum Support WordPress Support For Knol Authors for the migration, here is an other solution for people who are liking […]

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How to publish with co-authors?

Hi, An other question which Knol authors are asking: How to publish with co-authors? This question is getting answered on Annotum Knowledgebase under “Annotum Users, Roles and Permissions“. Image (screenshot) credit: Annotum Knowledgebase Hope this helps… read the completely article here Annotum Users, Roles and Permissions.

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Who reviews or approves content for Annotum?

Hi, Here an other important to know article from WordPress-Annotum Who reviews or approves content for Annotum?, see screenshot below. Image (screenshot) credit: Annotum Uservoice Update: additional information could also get found here Google Groupes Discussion Forum about the migration Knol-WordPress-Annotum Stay tuned for next short tutorial 😉

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Annotum Official Support

Hi, Here is the Official Annotum Support site: ===> http://annotum.org/support <=== There you’ll find links to the Annotum KnowledgeBase, a place to submit help requests, and even a way to suggest new features for future versions of Annotum. Hope this helps… You will find this link also on the right hand navigation of this blog under: “WORDPRESS-ANNOTUM […]

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Extended: Google Knol to WordPress migration

Hi, eXpressIN have also written some more helpful posts for Google Knol migration: this post will be more extended and detailed version and answers lots of questions such as: Why Google is shutting down Knol How it will impact Knol authors Why they are not migrating Knols to blogger How I will migrate to WordPress […]

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How-To get started with WordPress for Knol Migration…

Hi, I continue with my series of posts to let know Knol authors know on How-To make the migration a succes… More info here on How-To start with WordPress: Get Started with WordPress: http://learn.wordpress.com/get-started/, enjoy it 🙂 Stay tuned for next posts…

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It’s over for Knol!

More spring cleaning out of season 11/22/2011 01:40:00 PM This is our third blog post in our off-season spring cleaning series. To recap, we’re in the process of shutting a number of products which haven’t had the impact we’d hoped for, integrating others as features into our broader product efforts, and ending several which have shown us a […]

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