1. An Example Releasd Page
  2. Logging in to your Control Panel
  3. Adding Users
  4. Using Brands to Control Logos, Backgrounds, Colours & Fonts
  5. Creating a New Page + Using Templates
  6. Using The Page Builder + Adding Content
  7. Previewing a Page
  8. Sharing Pages
  9. Viewing Page Engagement Analytics
  10. Duplicating Existing Pages


If you're here, you're probably looking to showcase your work in a more visual and digestible way.

These step-by-step instructions will help you do just that.

Read the brief guide below, or watch our 20 minute Guided Tour video.



1. An Example Releasd Page


First, let's have a look at an example of a Releasd Page (you can see more examples here):


You control the branding, layout and content of your Pages, and they work perfectly on any device.

If a recipient clicks the Menu icon in the bottom right corner, they're presented with a handy navigation panel, plus the ability to download as a PDF and view fullscreen (like a PowerPoint).



2. Logging in to your Control Panel

Go to and enter your name, email and password.

Tip: If you haven’t got a Login yet, you’ll need to request one from your account Administrator.



3. Adding Users


Anyone who needs to create or edit a Releasd Page requires their own Login.

Logins are managed from the Control Panel > Users tab.

Just click 'Add a New User' to set access rights and invite your colleagues into the account.



Read our full guide to managing users here.


4. Using Brands to Control Logos, Backgrounds, Colours & Fonts

All Pages under a Brand share the same:

  • Logo
  • Background image / colour
  • Fonts
  • Colour scheme

You may want to create a Brand for a client, product line, campaign or event for example. 



1. Click on the Brands tab

Then click 'Add a New Brand'. 


2. Add your look and feel

After giving the Brand a name, edit the header, background and widget settings. 



Read our full article about Brands.


5. Creating a New Page + The Templates Gallery


Now you've added a Brand, it's time to create your first Page.


1. Click the Pages tab

Then 'Create a New Page'.



2. Pick a Brand

This will determine the look and feel of your Page.



3. Start from an editable, best practice Template, or blank canvas

Select from a range of layouts based on use cases like reporting, media relations and new business.

Note: The structure and content of a Template can be easily manipulated in the Builder.

Read our guide to Page Templates here.



6. The Page Builder + Content Widgets


The Page Builder enables users to create highly customised Pages by dragging, dropping and resizing. It couldn't be easier.

Watch our brief overview video to learn the basics, or read the full article.



Content Types

Click on the headers below to explore the different types of content that can be added to your Pages.

Header & Spacer

The Header and Spacer widgets can be used to create sections and dividers respectively.


Add copy, for example a summary of your PR activity.

Summary Metrics

Create a simple infographic for page-level metrics.

Online Coverage with Metrics

Paste URLs to quickly generate live snapshots of online articles with a raft of automated metrics.



Print Coverage

Upload scans in the form of PDFs or images to create galleries of print coverage.

Social Posts

Showcase live individual posts or Stories from social channels.

Social Feeds

Embed live accounts or searches from Twitter and Facebook.


Draw attention to comments from media influencers or event attendees.


Showcase product shots, event images or any other supporting imagery in a gallery.


Upload/embed broadcast coverage or promo content which can be played within the Page.


Embed press releases, reports, coverage logs or any Word, PPT, PDF or Excel files.


Include links to other reports or any web page.


Add contact information, for example for the team who created the Page.


Embed content from third party platforms including audio, Google Maps or countdown clocks.


7. Previewing a Page


To see how your work will look to recipients, click Preview in the Toolbar.



To preview a Page from the Control Panel, select the Pages tab, the click Preview.



8. Sharing or save a Page by URL, Engaging Email, PDF, spreadsheet or Full Screen


Pages can be shared via the Toolbar in the Builder.



Or go to the 'Pages' tab in the Control Panel.



1. Put the page live

Before a page can be shared, it must be put live. Switch the Share slider on.



2. Select from five options

Share via link, create a beautiful cover email, generate a PDF, download a spreadsheet or present full screen.



Read the full Sharing article here.


9. Viewing Page Engagement Analytics


To see how much engagement your Pages are getting, follow the steps below.

1. Go the Pages tab in the Control Panel

Find your page, then click 'Analytics'.


2. View your live engagement data

View total visits, average duration, total duration, visits over time and by device.

Stats only record when the Page is live. Visits by logged in users are not counted. 



Best Practice: Are Your Pages Getting Engagement?​


10. Saving Time by Duplicating an Existing Page


Once you've created a Page that you're happy with, you can save time by duplicating it.

1. Go to the Pages tab, then click 'Duplicate'



2. Decide whether to keep the original content, or just the structure

  • Keep the layout: This maintains the structure of the Page, but strips out all of the content (e.g. coverage, stats etc). This is useful for monthly reports for example

  • Keep layout & content: This maintains both the structure and the original content. Useful if you want to tweak a Page for different audiences, for example one for Execs, another for Sales




We hope you've found this guide useful. Have feedback or need help? Contact us at or +44 (0) 20 3355 7459.