Sounds EASY !!! Thanks I’ll try it.
Great, Thank you
thank you. these tutorials are making this so easy for me.
As a beginner it is very useful. Thanks.
Mr. Pick’s other tutorials are better. However, in this particular one, his pronunciation and speed of his talk hampered easy understanding.
Does this software post to multiple blogs or just one? Plus does it just post to wordpress blogs, can it post to any other such as blogger and typepad?
As QuickPress is built into the WordPress dashboard, it’s only for use with the WordPress blog you’re currently logged into.
Thank you, that makes it easy.
Thanks, I’m just beginning and need all the help I can get.
If I’ve saved a draft in Quick Press, where can I later find it?
It should appear with your other drafts under the top level Posts menu, specifically you can drill down into Drafts with the filters at the top of the Posts list screen
Made things easy for me. Thanks
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January 5, 2009
If you want to quickly get a post out without the trimmings of the main editor, QuickPress makes it simple to publish right from the dashboard. This short video walks you through it.
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