After you have uploaded a document or file, you can configure various properties.
To do this, perform the following:
NOTE: In the right of the page you can see the current status of the document or file that you have opened for editing. You can also see the author, the time and date of the last update, the publication date, and a link to all existing versions of the item.
IMPORTANT: Some of the above fields may not be displayed when you edit the properties of a document or file, because they have been hidden.
For more information about creating custom fields and hiding default fields, see Overview: Custom fields.
If you are editing a published blog post, the system saves a draft of that post, but the published version is still visible on the webpage. To see which version is the currently published one, see Revision history for content items.
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