Organic Content allows organizations to refeed existing content to the homepage. If your organization wishes to never refeed updated content to the homepage, contact your administrator or Organic Customer Support to fully disable this feature.
How to refeed content to homepage
Refeeding content can be accomplished in two ways: By updating an existing post, or by using the Rewrite and Republish feature.
Updating existing post
Open the post to edit. Make revisions if desired. When finished, scroll within the right rail dashboard to the Story Timestamp field and check the box. Click update to save the article and update the timestamp.
If your site allows for content refeeding to the homepage, and if no exclusions have been set on the post, this update will push the post to the reverse chronological feed on the homepage and category pages.
Updating the timestamp will also result in a change to the reader-facing timestamp, as well as the dateModified field in the source code. The original datePublished input will remain preserved.
For information on how to refeed content via this method, refer to Revised posts.
How to update content without refeeding to homepage
To update a timestamp for editorial or SEO reasons without refeeding to the homepage, and without changing the site’s default settings, set a homepage exclusion prior to updating the post.
Navigate to the Syndication Controls section within the right rail dashboard. Toggle Homepage to Don’t Publish. This rule will exclude the post from the homepage.