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If system thinks that there are no knols to export; how do I get them out?

  1. wordpress is not seeing my knols.
    Blog url: http://neodymics.wordpress.com/

  2. Are they set to be publicly accessible?

  3. Yes. You can now see them at URLs below, but since Knol is being discontinued, I am trying to export them to Annotum as recommended by Google.

  4. Other questions: (1) Is there an exemplary Annotum site, so that I can get a feeling for how my site will look when it is moved to Annotum? (2) Has anyone yet succeeded in moving their Knol to Annotum? (3) How and when will peer review be implemented? (4) Will my Knol just disappear if rejected in Annotum's peer-review process? Thanks for your help!

  5. Hello,

    Please make sure you are signed into the correct Google account in order to access your Knols. If you are still having trouble, please contact us in Support and provide us with your Google account email address so we can check with the Google folks.

    In response to your other questions:

    1. We don't have an example of an Annotum site to show off right now; the migration is a bit new.

    2. We have had a good number of users move their Knols to Annotum with success. We are working with those who have encountered problems to fix those so future migrations will be even better.

    3. WordPress.com and/or Annotum are not in charge of any peer-review process; you are as the owner of the site. If you want to have peer review you will need to invite other users to your site as reviewers.

    4. You are in complete control of your Knols once you have moved them to Annotum. They will only be removed if you or another administrator on your site removes them.

    If you have any further questions, please let us know.

  6. Markel,

    Thank you for your prompt answers. I'm glad to learn that Annotum will provide free hosting, along with a peer-review policy similar to Knol. Will follow up on your recommendation re support.

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