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Setting up separate pages for each podcast on my network

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Hey folks, 

I've been putting my head through the drywall on this for a bit, and can't figure it out. I have a free trial currently, and have imported my WP site over into SS already. On that site, I have one page dedicated to each of my podcasts, where listeners can go to find old eps of that particular show. I'm trying to do the same thing in SS but I cannot figure out how. 

I don't want the archive text block, I'd like each show (blog post) to display on the parent page for the show, if that makes sense. So under the "Archives" menu on the main page, I'd like to have each show nested in there, and then when you click on a show from that dropdown, you can then see all the show posts (blogs) on that page. 

This seems doable, but I cannot figure it out. I get maybe halfway there (moving all relevant show posts to a page), but cannot get that page to display the posts I have moved. 

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Try using a blog summary block on post in a second blog page. . You can up to 30 items per block and chain the blocks together on the page. Each podcase is one blog post entry I take it. So group posts together using categories, and make a block for each one, you can put a link per block in category/subject archive dropdown, I have done that. One blog is my actual posts, the second is nothing but summary blocks where each post is a grouping of subjects from the blog where the posts reside, you can check it out here, make sure you explore the subject/archive pulldown menu. 

https://myrandomviews.com/blogsummary

 

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