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How to change the settings of a press release

Click the gear icon on the press release tile in the Newsroom:

... or enter the press release by clicking the pencil icon and from the level of Story Creator click the Settings option on the left navigation menu. A new window with 4 tabs will pop up:


Language - Choose a language for the interface between Polish and English.

Publishing on a Newsroom or as a standalone story - Change Newsroom (if you possess more than one) and tab where you want to publish your content or choose a Standalone Story, so it will not be connected to any Newsroom

Display publication date - Choose if a publication date should be displayed next to the press release. It will also be visible on the Newsroom homepage.

Navigation - Add tags which will help people find articles similar thematically. 

Display story tags - show added tags below published press release.

Journalist’s toolbox - Turn on a quick download option. Journalists will be able to get an unformatted press release with one click or move to the attachments section and download files from there.

Related stories - Choose the I'll do it option to manage recommended content yourself or let our algorithms do the job for you by clicking let Prowly do it 


This is a PNG or JPG image, used as a cover for your press release. The photo resolution should not be smaller than 1280x600 px, while the accepted file size is 15 MB. Details about Thumbnail can be found here:

Sharing Settings

These allow for configuring the appearance of content on Facebook and Twitter. Decide exactly how a press release should look on social media channels. Set a title, link description and a dedicated image for the post. If you don't change the graphic, a Thumbnail will be displayed instead, provided that you configured it in the previous step. Finally, write a few words for the post, so they will occur over the visuals and you are ready to go!

SEO Settings

We've written a separate guide about what they do and how to optimize them most efficiently. Please continue reading here.