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The New GUI (2011) Will Soon Become The Blogger GUI

This month, we are seeing a sign of the end of The Classic Blogger GUI, coming soon.
The old Blogger interface will be removed in the coming days. We've made many improvements to the new Blogger interface. Learn more You can upgrade to the new interface at any time.
We've all been expecting this, for a while - but it's still a shock. Some of us are concerned that forced use of the New GUI will cause problems in productivity, if not blog functionality.

My personal opinion is that the New Blogger GUI still lacks features and stability. I don't think that I am alone.

We have a rollup discussion, where your opinion will be appreciated. Please be objective and polite.

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Ms. A said…
Nope, you aren't alone. If the new GUI had been "all that" I wouldn't have changed back to Classic after trying it.

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