However, after you've published your tale, you can't go back and alter it. This misperception may arise because, just as the title, text, hashtag, image, video, and other information in a post may be modified, so can the content in a narrative. Writers often do this to fix spelling mistakes or other errors they might not have noticed when writing their story.
For example, let's say that you publish a story on your blog with some spelling mistakes in it. By editing the post later, you could correct those spelling mistakes. The post would then show up in readers' news feeds if they're using RSS feeds or Twitter updates if they're set to see new posts even if they're not logged into your site. They'd see the corrected version of your story.
But here's where things get a little confusing. If someone reads that corrected version instead of the original version of your post, they'll never know there was an error in the first place! They'll think that you are a reliable source of information with a perfect command of the English language.
The only way to fix this problem is to delete the post. You should do this whether or not you want to change the content of the post because changing content without deleting it will cause all kinds of problems further down the road (more on that below).
While Instagram does not enable you to change the contents of your stories, you may save or delete each one after you publish it. A story highlight's cover photo and name can also be changed.
You may make changes to a draft or published post at any time. When you save your modifications to your published piece, your readers will see them right away.... Yes, you can change or delete a published post.
One of the advantages of blog postings is that they may be edited after they have been published. Cut back if you're spending so much time editing and proofreading that you're struggling to write enough for your blog, or if you're losing interest in writing. It's normal to feel this way.
Blogs are meant to be flexible, which is why they're called "blogging platforms". As your audience grows you can expand your blog by adding new posts, linking to other blogs, and promoting products via affiliate links. There are many free blogging platforms out there, including WordPress.com, which we'll be using here.
You should never have to pay to publish a blog post. Most blogging platforms have a free version that allows you to create and edit posts, while some require you to pay even if you're only publishing personal entries. If you start to see ads on your blog, it means you're publishing commercial content and should consider paying for hosting. Some free blogging platforms allow you to add paid features, such as advertising, via optional in-app purchases. Check out our recommendations below for free blogging platforms.
The most popular type of blogging platform is a "website builder", which provides you with all the tools you need to create a beautiful website full of interesting content.
Revising a short story entails enhancing, polishing, and addressing flaws in the tale. For example, you may alter words, compress phrases, or eliminate repetition. You can also add new characters or events to make your story more interesting or to comment on what has come before.
Revising a novel requires much more than rewriting words on a page. You need to consider the whole work in light of any changes you want to make. Do not be afraid to kill characters if necessary; however, you do not want to remove too much depth from them. Think about how each character is involved in the story and whether they should remain the same or change depending on revisions you want to make.
Revise early and often. The more you put into your project, the more you will get out of it. This goes for writing stories as well as building websites. You should never stop editing once you have finished writing something because errors will only become apparent when reading it later. Always look at several drafts of your work to find mistakes before you publish.
Have fun! That's why we write stories - so we can enjoy ourselves while doing it. Revision is not supposed to be difficult or boring; it should be exciting where you feel like adding something new or fixing anything that's wrong with your work.
There is currently no way to republish someone else's story if you haven't been tagged (but we'll expose you to a clever workaround shortly!) However, you may simply reshare someone's feed posts on your own story. Doing so will put the shared content in your story and tag those people in the caption.