Wednesday, May 21, 2008

WFMW: Blogger in Draft

Awhile back my friend, Ilene, introduced me to Blogger in Draft.

Blogger in draft is a special version of Blogger. A laboratory where Blogger experiments with new features before releasing them to everyone.

If you're using Blogger and want to try it out, log on to If you want to stop using it and go back to “normal” Blogger, simply log in to Your blogs and posts are the same regardless of whether you use Blogger in draft or regular Blogger. The only difference is what you see in the interface.

One of the great "experiments" tested and passed through Blogger draft is scheduling future-dated posts. Hopefully, Blogger draft will continue to put out new features to make blogging easier.

For more tips head over Shannon's place.


Blue Castle said...

Great tip! I recently figured out how to use Blogger in Draft and scheduling posts is saving my life! :)

Phyllis Sommer said...

for a while blogger in draft was the only way to schedule posts. now that i can schedule them in regular blogger, why use the draft?

The Apron Queen said...

Cool! I'm on blogger. I'll have to check it out! Thanks. :D

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Tara said...

Thanks I will have to try that out :)

Playful Professional said...

So what's the difference between blogger and blogger draft?

marigold said...

I will definitely check this out this afternoon. Thanks for the tip!

bethany said...

I'll have to try it out!! THanks!
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Storm said...

I love the new things Blogger is working on. I love love love having scheduled drafts. It really helps during those busy weeks.

Going Crunchy said...

I love playing with new toys, I'll try it out!