How To Add A Co-Editor To Your Family Cookbook Project

How To Add A Co-Editor To Your Family Cookbook Project

With the FamilyCookbookProject.com Publishing System, we recommend that only one person serve as Editor – “too many cooks spoil the soup” so to speak.  You really need one person with full control or you cannot keep up with what might have been changed.

That said, you have the ability to promote any contributor to the level of Co-Editor.  To do so, go to Communication Center and click on their name in the list.  Check the box next to their user name and update.  The next time they login they will have access to:

  • Editor Activities Menu with all tools
  • Add/Edit any recipe to help with cookbook editing
  • Communication Center – they can promote/demote users as Co-Editors

We highly recommend allowing only trusted helpers serving as co-editor.

Here is a quick tutorial video that shows you how:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99NcfrI-PKM

 

 

 

Bill Rice is Founder and Co-Publisher of the Great Family Cookbook Project, a website that helps families and individuals collect, preserve and share food memories by creating their own printed personal cookbooks. He is the author of The Wellfleet Oyster Cookbook (Available on Amazon) and the Cape Cod Cocktail Cookbook, both created using FamilyCookbookProject.com. He is also editor of the Donovan Family Cookbook, now it’s third printing and is an avid genealogist tracing his family back to the 1600’s.

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