Blogger, the WordPress plugin for creating and managing blog content, has a nifty new feature that allows you to publish and manage your content without writing it.
Blogger lets you publish your content by simply typing a title, description, and tag.
The site shows a preview of your article, which you can then edit to change it, adding, deleting, and commenting on the posts.
You can also use the preview to customize the article, such as the colors and fonts, which the site will automatically adjust to your liking.
Here’s how you can get started with blogging on Blogger:Open the Blogger Settings menuOpen the ‘Edit article’ tabClick on the ‘Add article’ button from the menuIf you don’t have a WordPress blog, you can create one in the “Create blog” tab.
Once you create your blog, click the “Save” button to save the new blog.
Once you’re done with the blog, Blogger will let you publish it in the sidebar by typing in a title and description.
The new post will appear in the menu and your editor will be available for editing.
You’ll see the article listed as “Published” when you click the post.
If you’re happy with the article and want to edit it, click “Save.”
When you publish, the new post gets its own custom post type and color.
The title, a short description, an image, and a link to the article will all appear.
Your editor can also add comments, and you can remove them, but those changes will only take effect once the post is published.
Once the post has been published, you’ll be able to see it on your blog as “Created” if it’s your first post.
Once it’s published, it can’t be changed, deleted, or edited.
It can only be edited by your editor, and it’s automatically formatted for you.
You can see a preview for your post on your Blogger dashboard.
You might see a “Welcome to the blog” button at the bottom of the page.
This will take you to your editor and show a preview window of your editor’s editing tools.
This is where you can edit the article or add comments.
Your blog is only as good as your readers, and your blog should be as well.
Your readers love your posts, and they’ll keep coming back for more.
Blogger lets your readers publish their content in an easy and fun way, without writing anything.