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Spell Check And Video Upload Now Available In New Post Editor

One point of contention, repeatedly echoed in Blogger Help Forum: Something Is Broken, is
Bring back spell checker!
and
Where is the video upload icon in new post editor?
I've been explaining these omissions for a while, and sometimes feel like Sisyphus as I do so.

Well recently, I learned that this may be history sometime soon. If you are able to use Draft (Blue) Blogger, you can now enjoy both spell check and video upload, and new post editor, together. Just remember that the Draft features are only seen if you use the dashboard. If you use the "New Post" link in the navbar, you will get the features of Production (Orange) Blogger - either classic post editor with old photo capabilities, or new post editor without spell check / video upload.

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Don said…
Thanks, at least I am listening to you.

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