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The Blogger WishList Is Temporarily Alive In AppsSpot

Some time ago, I reported that the Blogger Wishlist had been eliminated as a form in the Blogger Help database.
Yesterday, I was somewhat dismayed to learn that the Blogger Wishlist form is no more. In its place, a list of tips, with one suggestion
Have a great idea or suggestion? Let us know! We enthusiastically read and tally all your suggestions.
and the link "Let us know!" leads straight to the Blogger Help Group.

Blogger provides the AppsSpot forum, Product Ideas for Blogger, where concepts and ideas about the Blogger product are discussed. The specific URL changes occasionally, so check here from time to time for the current URL (and let us know, here, when it is not working), if you wish to participate in ongoing discussions. Note that you will need to sign in to Google, before using AppsSpot.

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Holly Ruggiero said…
Thanks. Have been using it. It seems buggy though. The search and all the links go the the generich http://www.google.com/productideas/ page. Too bad. But I will all my suggestions and vote on ideas.
I appreciate your web page and its honesty,

JK

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