Great question!

For Copyhackers, Joanna likes to use notes for blog post ideas - as notes can be shuffled around easily between projects (since all of your notes can be accessed from the All Notes dropdown, found in the Note Library option of the purple navigation bar).

Jo then tags the notes as "post ideas" and when she wants to flesh an idea out, she drags the note into the document, further develops the idea and then converts her updates/changes back into a new note (using the following icon in the floating document editor):

Other Airstory users like to use a New Project to keep track of ideas - as projects can have deadlines and word count goals. Additionally, you can use the tabs along the top of the document to manage versions (mainly "Draft" and "Final").

For blogging in general, we're excited about 2 aspects of Airstory:

  1. The Researcher Chrome extension makes it so easy for you clip content and images from websites (e.g., for research) and send that content directly to your Airstory project in the form of a note. Citations are automatically created (article title, website title, URL, author, publish date)
  2. Templates! We're experimenting with the idea of using templates for landing pages, blog posts, emails, sales letters and more, where a single note can be dragged into a blank project and help you write the content incredibly quickly!

Finally, prolific blogger, Chris Lema, demonstrates here and here how he uses Airstory to create his blogs (please note he is demonstrating his process using  an older version of Airstory). 

We'd love to know how you use Airstory to write your blog posts - drop us a line at!

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