Same content on multiple sites

Digitaltown Member Posts: 10
edited August 2023 in Ask a Question

Hello I've a tech question and I hope someone can help me.

Suppose I have 100 sites inside my dashboard and 50 of them are part of a specific subset or group so are tagged or labeled the same.

I need to have a way for a user that has assigned these sites to publish a specific news (blog post) to all these sites. Same blog post to all the sites.

How can I do that?

Just to be more clear, suppose I have Apple as customer. Apple realizes 100 sites for their resellers but when a new computer comes out, Apple want to publish that post on all 100 sites. Same post for all the sites.

Which is the better and simpler way to do that?


  • Aj_Cre8
    Aj_Cre8 Member Posts: 676 MVP

    I wonder if there is an API call where you can do that.. I know that you cant utilize Dynamic Data with a Blog so that option would be out. That is what my initial thought was. Create the post inside of a collection, and then add that collection to all the websites that need it, and when a new post is created in the database, it uploads to all the sites... Maybe @Shane_Hodge and his team can chime in when some super tech knowledge!!

  • Shane_Hodge
    Shane_Hodge Member Posts: 122 MVP

    @Aj_Cre8 @Digitaltown hey AJ I will ask the team about that its a good question

  • Digitaltown
    Digitaltown Member Posts: 10

    @Shane_Hodge thanks. I don't know Duda at this level but I need this feature. Through API call or in another way I need to find a way to do that. I've also considered Airtable eventually.

    If you're asking the team please note that these contents can be, for example, a banner o a row that's inserted in all the sites or a blog post. Maybe it's not possible to use the Duda blog features but there's another way to do that...