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  1. PUBLIC - Liferay Portal Community Edition
  2. LPS-132509

As a Content Manager, I want to see blogposts in the Content Dashboard

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    • Sprint:
      TANGO | #66 DIS | Aug27-Sep17, TANGO | #67 DIS | Sep20-Oct08, TANGO | #72 DEV | Jan14-Feb04, TANGO | #73 DEV | Feb04-Feb25, TANGO | #74 DEV | Feb25-Mar18, TANGO | #75 DEV | Mar18-Apr18

      Description

      Motivation

      As the content dashboard aims to be the one-stop-place for content managers, it is needed that blogs are included so that they can also be listed and found.

      Use cases

      1. A content marketing team wants to audit all the blogs they’ve generated for a campaign.

      Objectives

      • The users to be able to find any blog they need.
      • The users to be able to access and edit any blog shortcut they have permissions on.

      Requirements 

      1.All blogs created in any of the sites or an Asset library in a given instance will be listed in the content dashboard.

      2. All blogs will show the metadata in the current columns: Title, Author (Owner), Type, Subtype, Site or Asset Library, Status, Category 1, Category 2, Modified Date
      3. All blogs will have available the same actions as the web content: View (Preview / DPT), Edit, Metrics (for those with an associated DPT), Info Panel
      4. The title will lead to the preview if the user has no permissions to edit; to the edit mode if he has.
      5. They will be counted as contents in the content audit tool as long as they have categories from at least one of the two audited vocabularies assigned.

      Acceptance Criteria

       

      Requirements
       
      Acceptance Criteria
       
      Test Strategy
       
      Covered by frontend test? (Yes/No)
       
      Covered by backend test? (Yes/No)
       
      All blogs created in any of the sites or an Asset library in a given instance will be listed in the content dashboard.
      • Given a blog created in site A in the instance, and another one created in the site B
      • When the user goes to the content dashboard
      • Then the user can see both listed
      Critical  NO  NO
       
      • Given a blog created in an Asset Library
      • When the user goes to the content dashboard
      • Then the user can see the blog listed
      Critical  NO NO 
      All blogs will show the metadata in the current columns: Title, Author (Owner), Type, Subtype, Site or Asset Library, Status, Category 1, Category 2, Modified Date
      • Given the Content Dashboard
      • When a blog is listed in the assets list
      • Then the following metadata are shown: Title, Author (Owner), Type, Site or Asset Library, Status, Category 1, Category 2, Modified Date
      Medium NO   NO
      All blogs will have available the same actions as the web content: View (Preview / DPT), Edit, Metrics (for those with an associated DPT), Info Panel
      •  Given a blog with an associated Display Page Template
      • When the user hovers on the row
      • Then the user can see the view, the edit and the info icons and the metrics icon
      Low  NO NO 
       
      •  Given a blog with an associated Display Page Template
      • When the user with permissions to edit clicks on the Edit button
      • Then the user is led to the edit mode
      High  NO  NO
       
      •  Given a blog with an associated Display Page Template
      • When the user with permissions clicks on the Metrics button
      • Then the user is led to the metrics panel
      High  NO NO 
       
      •  Given a blog with an associated Display Page Template
      • When the user with permissions clicks on the info panel button
      • Then the user is led to the info panel
      Low  NO NO 
      The title will lead to the preview if the user has no permissions to edit; to the edit mode if he has. 
      • Given a user with NO permissions to edit documents
      • And a Blog entry that is not associated with a Display Page Template
      • When the user clicks on the title link in the content dashboard
      • Then the user cannot click on the title
      High  NO NO 
       
      • Given a user with permissions to edit
      • And a Blog entry that is not associated with a Display Page Template
      • When the user clicks on the title link in the content dashboard
      • Then the user is led to the edit mode
      High NO   NO
       
      • Given a user with NO permissions to edit
      • And a Blog entry that is associated with a Display Page Template
      • When the user clicks on the title link in the content dashboard
      • Then the user should be led to a preview of the Display Page Template, with no editing options
      High NO  NO 
       
      • Given a user with permissions to edit documents
      • And a Blog entry that is associated with a Display Page Template
      • When the user clicks on the title link in the content dashboard
      • Then the user is led to a preview of the Display Page Template with editing options
      High NO  NO 
      They will be counted as contents in the content audit tool as long as they have categories from at least one of the two audited vocabularies assigned.   
      • Given a blog with at least one category in one of the vocabularies featured in the graph
      • When the user views the content dashboard
      • Then the document is counted as an asset in the graph
      High NO  NO 

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              Assignee:
              carlos.brichete Carlos Brichete Báez
              Reporter:
              julia.molano Julia Molano
              Recent user:
              Clara Izquierdo
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              QA Engineer(s) Assigned:
              Carlos Brichete Báez
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