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Monday, January 29, 2007

Don't want New Blogger? You Don't Have a Choice...

For the holdouts who still haven't moved to the new version of Blogger, you won't be able to stay with classic Blogger for much longer. A Google engineer has posted a message on the Blogger Help Group, indicating the switchover has already started:
We've been giving you warnings. The signs have been there. Preparations have been made. Now, it's time!

That's right, it's time to embrace the new version of Blogger! Starting today, a small percentage of users who log in to an old Blogger account will be required to move to the new version. This involves moving your current Blogger account to a new or existing Google Account. After the move, you will need to log in to Blogger with your Google Account username, which is always the email address associated with your account. If you're one of the lucky folks who is prompted to move your account over to the new version of Blogger, you'll be able to postpone this process once (and only once) if you *really* need to get a post out of your head or want to say goodbye to the old Blogger. After that, it's time to befriend the new Blogger!


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