How can I put more than 2000 Labels on my blog?and
I'm seeing "A post may have at most 10 labels." when I try to publish. Help!even a couple complaints
I don't have 2,000 labels, but it's telling me that I do!
That's going to hurt a few bloggers!
Apparently Blogger released changes to Post Editor, and added limits to labels. These changes won't be as popular as the previously noted change.
(Update 10/22): Blogger has considered the problem, and made a significant concession.
After listening to the feedback left in this thread and in other places, we've decided after some discussion to go ahead and increase the per-blog label limit to 5000 labels.But note the limit to the concession, and the stern warning.
Please plan your labeling accordingly moving forward, as performance issues will prevent us from increasing the limit again down the line.Blogger having increased the limit from 2,000 labels / blog, to 5,000 labels / blog, I would seriously listen to the warning, and not make any plans to try and get the limit bumped again, either now or in the future.
(Update 10/20): Blogger has released a video instructing how to easily remove excess labels from our blogs. Those of you who block unknown domains, by default, will need to enable both "rackspacecloud.com" and "screenr.com".
(Update 10/5): Blogger has now raised the per post limit to 20 labels. The per blog limit of 2,000 is still enforced, but discussions are still active.
(Update 10/5): It appears that Blogger made this change, in an attempt to reduce label use by the top .5% of all blogs, and without considering the possible validity of such blogs (age, relative size, complexity of content). And their changes were buggy.
(Update 10/3): Apparently, these changes were buggy, too. We are seeing several reports from bloggers who state that they don't have 2,000 labels assigned, in the blogs in question.
(Update 10/2): Blogger Support has acknowledged the problem.
We did make some recent changes to our label system which is most likely the source of this error.
We'll investigate and then report back with and update from our end shortly.