Edit Blog Post Head Data Individually

Currently you can only edit the blog listing head and the blog posts head shared for all posts. It would be nice to be able to go into a post and edit that individual posts head information. 

 

1 example use would be to edit the social meta tags if you would like to preset an image that doesn't match the featured image or social descriptions that don't match the meta description.

 

There are numerous other specific situations where editing an individual posts head information would be necessary. The functionality could mimic that already used for website pages since you can edit each website page individually.

HubSpot updates
May 14, 2020

Hi @ricop - the team working on this had to temporarily shift focus to another project, but it still remains on our radar. We hope to start the beta in the next couple of weeks. We'll be sure to update this post when it's ready. Thank you for your continued patience! We're super excited about bringing this functionality to life. 

Status updated to: In Planning
Jan 15, 2020

Hi all! We are currently in the process of building a feature that allows for header HTML to be edited on individual blog posts.

 

When this functionality goes to beta, I will update the status here. At that time, if you and your team are interested in participating in the beta, please reach out to me via direct message with your portal's Hub ID.

 

Thanks!

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Occasional Contributor

yes please! i'll DM you my hubID

Status updated to: Delivered
HubSpot Product Team

A big thank you to everyone who checked this feature out while it was in beta! We've now rolled this out to all eligible portals. For anyone looking to use this functionality, you can access it by navigating to Marketing > Blog > Create New Post or Edit an Existing Post, and then navigating to the Settings tab of the editor. I've attached a GIF demonstrating where to find this option. If you have any questions, please contact our fabulous support team! 

 

Example of using blog post header html.gif