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UO Blogs has the ability to map to custom '.uoregon.edu' domains. For example, UO Blogs sites ('blogs.uoregon.edu/<sitename>') can be mapped to a '<sitename>.uoregon.edu'.

If are you interested in having your UO Blogs site mapped to a '.uoregon.edu ' domain, please read through the guidelines and fill out the form below. If your request meets the specified guidelines, the Tech Desk will process your request and you will be contacted when your site has successfully been mapped.
When you set up a blog you have the ability to assign and control what other users can do in the blog depending on the tasks you want each user to be responsible for. This page details how to change those roles.
When you set up a blog you have the ability to assign and control what other users can do in the blog depending on the tasks you want each user to be responsible for. The five roles you can assign users on a blog are: Administrator; Editor; Author; Contributor; and Subscriber.
Educators often don’t want their students to use their own email address for creating online accounts. Unfortunately unique email addresses are important for password resets and deleting blogs. The gmail+ method provides the solution!
A list of plugins recommended for UO Blogs.
A series of links that will guide you through the process of creating your first post, as well as some of the more creative things you can do with your blog.
Links to assist you in managing some of the more advanced features and technical plugins.
Links to information on how to manage comments on your blog.
Links to information ranging from basic posting guides to advanced features.
A list of available plugins usable on UO Blogs.
Links to information on how to add Files, Images and Video to your blogs.
Additional users can be added to a blog. You might want to add a user if your blog is private and only visible to registered subscribers, yet you also would like to have others contribute content.

Adding additional users to your blog or site is great for collaboration purposes.
Batch creation is a process that quickly creates blogs or adds users to an existing blog in batches of tens, hundreds, or thousands.