As I never got on with google reader, this might just work, but I don’t understand the huge list of tags running down the index page. I also now know how to add non WordPress blogs to my reading list so I can keep up better. Don’t forget to add follow methods to your blogs for people who don’t use the same blogging platform as you, make it as easy as you can for your readers. I know I have to do something about helpful indexing soon. I promise I will. I was thinking of doing the posts which have recipes or the ones that are most visited, together with the ones that I like but don’t seem to get picked up. How do you deal with indexing old content and making it easy for readers to find your best and most useful posts? Any suggestions welcome. Joanna
If you feel like it’s a chore to keep up with all your favorite blogs, you can now read posts from all the blogs you follow (even the ones that aren’t on WordPress.com!) in one convenient place on the WordPress.com home page:
Your reader displays all the posts across all the blogs you follow in the order they were published, with the most recent content appearing at the top. You’ll see an excerpt of the introduction to each post, the first image in the post, and thumbnails of any other images that the post contains.
You can even like and reblog WordPress.com content directly from the reader (we’re working on bringing reblogs back to the toolbar!) using the icons in the top right corner of each post:
Whether you’re at the computer or using the WordPress app on an Android or iOS mobile device, having all the posts from the…
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