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by Steve Testone on February 20th, 2012

The new blog app is almost ready to launch but you may have noticed that a few updates to the blog are already live on the site now. The one that you will probably notice first are our new social sharing buttons. I never really liked how it looked having all those different sharing buttons crammed at the top of blog posts so we've created some new ones that look more uniform and stylish. You might also notice that with the new blog app you will be able to enable additional sharing options with Google+ and LinkedIn buttons.


Posted in Announcements    Tagged with blog, social


5 Comments

Jerald - February 27th, 2012 at 3:14 PM
Hey Steve, any ETA on the Blog app launch? Also, has it been tested on tablets? I will be travelling overseas in the middle of March with only a ICS Android tablet, and I've love to keep people informed of my progress through our blog!
Steve Testone - February 28th, 2012 at 4:44 PM
It should be very very soon. I've done some testing on tablets and my iphone. Most of the functionality works in the actual app on these so you could for instance moderate comments, however the actual blog editor will not yet. The main problem is that these browsers have no "drag and drop" functionality for web apps. This means those "drag and drop" web blocks won't work for now.
Deb Weaver - February 28th, 2012 at 4:51 PM
I really like the new way you post the comments (listed under the blog post titles vs. having to wade through them chronologically)! By the way, I know I've said this in the Help tickets, but it bears repeating... Your website is extremely user-friendly. You demystify the process. Your help staff is patient, quick, and knowledgeable--I've dealt mostly with Ryan. My friend, Paul Brock from Austin, recommended y'all to me. In January, I went from knowing nothing about creating a website to having a fully functional website in a matter of a couple of weeks. I'm grateful!
Michael Harr - February 29th, 2012 at 8:38 AM
On our web app at TodayForward, we use a drag and drop function for reconciling budgets. Unfortunately, we have yet to find a way to get this to work on a tablet. Can't wait to see the new functionality as HTML5 will surely be a grand upgrade.
Jo Wolf - March 9th, 2012 at 1:13 AM
Same here. Not only do we need HTML5 as most of our clientele is using iOS devices, but he'd be great to be able to access the builder's interface on our tablets as well. Keep us posted.
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