Hi @jonburke I was going through attaching a file and encountered this problem. Normally, when I use file block and added an image, viewers be able to see the attached image on the postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order. by simply clicking on it. But today, this happened. When I clicked the attachment (it’s a png file), browser attempted to downloaded the file with an error “Failed – No file”.

When I checked my media on the back endBack end The back end is the area that authorized users can sign into to add, remove and modify content on the website. This may also be referred to as “WordPress”, “admin” or “the administration area.”, I can see that the file is sitting there.

Have you or anyone @all encountered this error?

Hey @jonburke thanks for the invite.
Greetings everyone @all
These are my links:
http://sotogregg.com/ (Main WordPress site + Divi ThemeTheme A theme in WordPress is a collection of files that controls the overall look and feel of a site.)
http://network.sotogregg.com/ (Subdomain WordPress Network)
https://webmastersotogregg.wordpress.com/ (Subdomain WordPress Portfolio)
https://sotogreggteam.wordpress.com/ (Subdomain P2 Public Worksite)
Any questions, feel free to ask…

PD: P2 Looks Good. ☕️

It would be nice if [New postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order.] emails would include images, and not just a link asking you to view the images on the P2 site. In particular for viewers who are still hesitant about P2, an email showing a full post including images seems more appealing and raises curiosity to go and check out the full site.

Why do the posts that I’ve written myself come up as “1 New postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order.” in the left sidebarSidebar The sidebar is the vertical column on the left side of P2 used for displaying information other than the main content. P2's sidebars contain widgets that an administrator can customize.? This seems a bit of an extra hassle to have to go and check my own post in order for the notificationNotification P2 notifications keep you informed about things that need your attention. On desktop find them in the bell icon in your top right corner. Also find notifications in your WordPress apps. to go away.

The posts are all very … airy … and everyone has to scroll through to find the activity that most interests them. Is there a way to make things more compact so that it’s possible to see an overview of activity? Or have an outline or index view? The ability to hide the engagement buttons under each postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order. until they are needed would also be useful.

If you have more than one P2 and want to share content posted on one P2 to another you can do that with cross-posting.

Type the + sign and start typing the domain for another P2. You need to be a member of both P2s for this to work.

The cross-postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order. will then appear on the other P2 like this:

@andreamarquard as you mentioned management of several P2s.

#newfeatures

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