Updates Anytime Help
As you work with Updates Anytime, you'll notice the Help button on each page. Click it to open a new browser window containing help topics. The topics that show up depend on where you were in the process when you clicked Help.
On each Help page we have a list of topics (see box at right). Scan the list for the best match to the topic you are interested in. If you find nothing to answer your question, fill in the form below to ask us a question directly.
Overview of the Editing Process
Updating a web page with Updates Anytime proceeds in 5 quick steps:
1. Find the Page
Just visit your site using your favorite browser and navigate to the page you want to change.
2. Sign In
Near the bottom of the page click the "Staff Sign In" link. On the sign in page that comes up, fill in your email address and password. Click the Sign In button, or just press Enter on your keyboard. The page you want to change comes up with the addition of the Updates Anytime button bar.
3. Edit the Page
Click the Edit button in the button bar. The content of the page opens in an editing window. Find the part of the page that needs an update. Click there and edit as you would in any word processing program.
4. Save Your Draft
Click the Save Draft button. This will save the new version of your page content as a draft, and show it to you as it will appear live on the web site.
5. Go Live
If it all looks good, click the Go Live button. Updates Anytime puts your new version up as the live page content. You're done!
For best security, click the Sign Out button when you are finished with your updates.
What You Can Do When Signed In
After successfully signing in, you can navigate through your entire site looking for pages that need updating. When you find one, click the Edit button and proceed.
You can go live with your changes right away. You can also save drafts for review by other members of your staff. You can prepare the next version of the page as a draft and wait until the time is right to go live with it.
If you are an Admin editor, you can add to the list of people allowed to edit your web site, modify their passwords, and restore backups.
What You Can Do If NOT Signed In
Nothing but view the pages as intended. No one can change anything on your site without sign in credentials -- and you control that.