When you create a new issue you will be prompted to select where you would like it to be saved (or where it will 'live').

Two options are available:

Ideal if you are short on time and need to create your issue quickly. A new publication for your issue and a unique publication and issue URL will be created for you.

Full Control
Select an existing publication or create a new one and enter the issue name and folder name. What you enter will determine the URL created for your publication and issue.

Find out more about each option below:


Simply select a Publication Group and enter a unique Publication Name, and the system will do the rest. 

Every time you use Express it will create a new publication using the name you entered and add your issue to it.

A unique URL will be automatically created for your new publication and its issue. 

If you're not keen on the publication URL created for you, it can be changed by selecting the Details tab of your publication.

Full Control

If you would prefer to add your own publication and issue details, full control is available to use.

  • Publication Group
    Publication Groups are categories to help organise your publications. Select an existing publication group from the drop-down list or create a new one by selecting the Add button.
  • Publication
    A publication is where your issue will sit. For example, you may have a Staff Bulletin publication. Select an existing publication from the drop-down list or create a new publication by selecting the Add button.
  • Issue Name
    This is the title for the issue. For example, Issue 1.
  • Issue Folder Name
    This should replicate the Name of your issue but use only letters, numbers and hyphens, and spaces are not permitted. For example, Issue1.
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