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Great suggestion Jerry, I've already submitted a development ticket for this. I'm envisioning two settings, one for who can view and one for who can post. Three options: anonymous, registered, and subscriber on both. This will only work for Blox Comments (not 3rd party comment platforms) and will require subscription information to be part of Blox, not a 3rd party integration where they handle the user accouints.

Hello Jesus, we are still working through this. We've had a lot of rounds with legal folks to arrive at what will hopefully be a straightforward solution. We're hoping to partner with a company called OneTrust for the consent pieces, we'll have a canned form you can customize to address your Data Subject Requests, and I would recommend updating your privacy policy. We will have some samples of that as well. Stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks.

You'd have to have someone on your staff that is comfortable working with UTL and building custom macros and templates.

We weren't able to build out a full elections platform in time for the primaries, but we were able to come up with a package from AP that could be useful. Check out the details here and contact your sales rep if you are interested.

I'll also say that we do have some open tickets in the backlog to create staff blocks from users. It will depend on adding some additional data to the user object and then new block templates. No ETA on when it would be completed, as it's been in the backlog for some time.

Back when I was still on the front lines, this was a format I came up with for my group of papers. It relies on an array of data and a few custom blocks, but provides for nice organization.

Thomas, there aren't any examples any more, but basically it was a fairly complicated and difficult to set up system that was based on sports stats. The goal of this product would be something simple and very focused, as well as something that can be updated programmatically if you have a local dev.

This help doc describes how to set up importers. If you have questions, reach out to our customer service team and they can help guide you through setting up / changing the existing importer.

All PR Newswire content gets assigned to a specific set of section tags under Partners -> PR_Newswire. You can adjust your importer to exclude those section tags, or build an importer to import just the content exchange sections you want to import.

Would having an API to add/edit candidates and races be enough? Then you could build your own data ingesters and update the blox assets with the new information programmatically.