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A New Blogger

A new version of Blogger is coming (An improved Blogger interface, not another unpaid employee). The first hints of its features are found in the Blogger New Features web page.
  • Multiple posters for a single blog.
  • Private blogs, viewable by permission.
  • The long awaited RSS 2.0 feed, officially announced.
  • An improved dashboard.
  • Immediate publishing of all updates, with no "Publishing 0%..." spinner.


With all of that said, I hope that some of the existing problems can be resolved.

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