Adding chapters to your podcast player

Adding chapters to your podcast player

Would you like to make it possible for listeners to navigate between different chapters in your podcast episode? You do this by adding chapters to your embedded player. We will show you how. 

Adding chapters to an episode

1. In the dashboard, go to 'episodes'
2. Click on the specific episode
3. Click on 'Chapters'
4. Click on 'Add chapter'

5. Then enter the title of the chapter. Note that your first chapter always starts at 00:00:00. Then click on 'Create chapter'

6. Adding another chapter? Click '+ Add chapter' again and add the desired time code. Note that the previous chapter ends at this time. 
7. Want to check out the chapters or share the player? Navigate to 'share' in the left-hand column. Here, you can see where the chapters have been placed and you can share the player from a specific chapter. The link to your episode and the embed code will be adjusted accordingly. 

Tip! Do you send newsletters? Easily add links directly to that particular chapter in your episode. Do you share your episode on socials? Then you can share a specific excerpt. Handy!

Do you have questions about using chapters? You can ask your question to our support: ;D

    • Related Articles

    • Embedding a podcast player in your website or blog

      Want to embed your podcast player in your website? In this article we explain how to do that in a few easy steps. 1. Select the episode 1. Go to your Springcast account 2. Select 'episodes' in the dashboard menu on the left 3. Select the episode you ...
    • How to use Call-to-Action (CTA) in the podcast player

      A Call-to-Action (CTA) is intended to elicit an immediate response from a reader or, in this case, listener to encourage them to download, read or even buy something. To take action, so to speak ;D. The CTA at Springcast is a pop-up button that ...
    • Setting up and designing a podcast website

      When you host your podcast with Springcast, we automatically create a website for your podcast. This website is not only great for your audience to be able to listen to your podcast, it is also essential if you want to publish your podcast on Apple, ...
    • Generating transcriptions of your podcast

      Add subtitles to your podcast: you can do this with the Amberscript integration in Springcast! The subtitles appear in the Springcast embedded player and on the podcast website. Want to read more about transcription and why it can be useful? You can ...
    • Disabling your podcast website; why and how?

      Every podcast show comes with an awesome podcast website which you can customize to your own design. If you don't want your own website, because you already have a website or simply don't use it, you can turn your podcast website off. In this article ...