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How to not display "updated" status above article

John Smitty 3 weeks ago in BLOX CMS updated by Christine Masters (Director of Product Management) 5 days ago 3

Hi guys,

Quick question. Say there was an article you didn't want to show the "updated" status for next to the date. Is there a way to selectively hide that for a particular article? And if so, how? For instance, in Blox, there's a function for the paywall bypass, where we type in under 'custom properties' "subscription bypass" and "true" - can someone please let me know if there's something like this for not showing if an article was updated?

Thanks for your time.
John

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Hi John!

Can you describe a little more about your use case? For example, if you're just making a small text change, and don't want to declare it as a real update, you can use this feature: https://help.bloxcms.com/article_1918d444-1034-11e8-bec3-4b39d1d4d4c7.html

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Hi John!

Can you describe a little more about your use case? For example, if you're just making a small text change, and don't want to declare it as a real update, you can use this feature: https://help.bloxcms.com/article_1918d444-1034-11e8-bec3-4b39d1d4d4c7.html

This is how we do it and it works fine.

Hi Christine,

That solution you provided looks great. Thanks so much for your help. And Kevin, thanks for sharing how it works for you guys, too, when you make superficial tweaks. I appreciate you both.