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Labels

Labels are one of the more useful new features in Layouts Blogger.

Availability of all Labels features can be a motivating factor, in migrating a blog from a Classic (HTML) template, to a Layout / Designer template.

Here's my latest Label - WildFires. This shows you the latest major Blogger problems. We currently have 0 wildfires active.

Here's how you use Labels.

The possibilities are endless, really. Use your imagination.

Comments

Hello-
Thank you for the labels info..but once I filter, it stays that way. Is there anything to have it NOT sorted when you first visit the blog?
Thank you
Ariane said…
Is there a way to get only specific labeled posts on a static page?
Nitecruzr said…
Is there a way to get only specific labeled posts on a static page?

Yes, setup a custom pages / posts index gadget, and index label searches.

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