For a step-by-step in-system walkthrough, log into your Libsyn show, then click here.
- Better mobile responsiveness
- Widgets support with a sidebar
- Additional pages (About, Blog, Contact)
Even better, it’s much more aesthetically pleasing than either of the prior solutions that have been offered.
In order to best support the solutions offered, the prior solutions will be removed from Libsyn’s current page solutions. This means anyone using the old Webpage destination or the old Podcast Page destination will need to migrate to the new Podcast Page by May 1st, 2017.
For anyone who creates a new show starting February 21st, 2017, the new Podcast Page will be available by default.
Migrating to the New Podcast Page
To get started, log into your Libsyn show and hover over Destinations and select Add New.
Hit Add for the New Podcast Page from the list.
Configure the theme settings, add any pages and widgets you like, preview your page along the way and then hit once you have completed your configurations.
Note: If you have questions about the configuration or design, a full tutorial outlining each option can be found here.
Once you have configured your page the way you like, at the bottom of the page should be a Ready to Launch checkbox:
Check the Ready to Launch Checkbox, then hit to save your changes.
This next and final step will transfer your settings from your old Podcast or Webpage destination to your New Podcast Page destination.
If you have the older Podcast Page, you will see this:
If you have the (much) older Webpage destination, you will see this:
If you are one of the few who have both the old Webpage and old Podcast Page destination, you will see this:
In this instance, choose which old destination you want settings pulled from, then hit confirm.
This process will take a moment. Do not change your page or move away.
To clarify, the migration will ensure any episodes that were released to your prior page are the episodes that are released to the new page (and anything that wasn’t previously released to the page, still won’t be released to the page). It also will ensure all of your URLs and permalinks will continue to operate.
Once done, the page will refresh and confirm the change was completed.
Have additional questions? Reach out to our friendly support team at email@example.com.