Sunday, 31 May 2020

New Blogger Template Interface -Blogger gets a new Interface

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New Blogger Interface
The popular blogging platform 'Blogger' has rolled out a couple of redesigned features in its new blogger template interface. This has been revealed in a public statement put out by Fontaine on behalf of the Blogger team. The press statement goes on in affirmation, 'we’ve been slowly introducing an improved web experience for Blogger.' Of which, as a matter of fact is now live and running, all thanks to the blogger team. 


Bloggers can now try out the recently launched interface for familiarity and also for closure. In a blog post by Fontaine, it says 'Give the fresh interface a spin by clicking “Try the New Blogger” in the left-hand  navigation pane'. 


New Blogger Template Interface

Credit: Google blog | Click the “Try the New Blogger” button to see the Blogger new interface



Other notable features which blogger has made some improvements include the following:


Stats

A reconfigured stats page, now streamlined to display the most relevant data from your blog by showing your most recent blog post. This new feature really channels a user's attention to important figures of interest.



Editor

The Blogger team have done outstanding well this time around, given the rare advancements it ever makes on the Blogger platform. The new Editor page introduces an upgraded image/video upload experience, a responsive table support and better transliteration.  
  


Comments

This one feature that has got we bloggers, really talking a lot with smiles on our faces. A fresh comment page that aids you in communicating with blog readers at a much better pace - with comment moderation. It's also got a work environment that is user friendly and even more intuitive for both newbie and pro bloggers. It is sure to give you that wow moment, do well to check it out yourself!



Posts

Currently, there's a remarkably better Search Operators on the Posts page to help bloggers search posts more precisely and filter Blogger posts as well. This is quite in contrast with the 'legacy Blogger' search filter operator which doesn't work too well.



Reading List 

There's a remodeled option which now lets you read blogs from a bunch of content creators -as many as one may wish, even while on the go. This is a new feature, which many bloggers will find useful especially while commuting, aside creating content remotely from a handheld smartphone.



Settings 

An optimized Settings page with all controls in one place, to assist bloggers in getting more work done, with a 100% better efficiency.


In conclusion, further statements by Fontaine makes clear the ultimate fate of the 'legacy Blogger' interface, it says:
'We’ll be moving everyone to the new interface over the coming months. Starting in late June, many Blogger creators will see the new interface become their default, though they can revert to the old interface by clicking “Revert to legacy Blogger” in the left-hand navigation. By late July, creators will no longer be able to revert to the legacy Blogger interface. We recommend getting ahead of the transition by opting into the experience today.'
So, what do you think about the new Blogger interface? Is it an overhauling change from Google or is there still a lot expected from the Blogger platform.


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Danen delete 31 May 2020 at 19:43

Not too bad, but if it were an instance of playing catch up with wordpress i would say no way.

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Percy delete 31 May 2020 at 19:48

really cool but anyway who cares about the reading list feature, i mean i've got pocket to cover that

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Anonymous delete 31 May 2020 at 19:51

I never imagined this, i would have played on this with rock paper scissors with my grandma

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Anonymous delete 31 May 2020 at 20:01

fuming with blogggggggggggger

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Mary Xi delete 15 September 2020 at 22:54

Aghhhh joomla here I come, seriously

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