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The Old and the New - Service Enhancement Highlights

Friday, October 14, 2005

The FeedBlitz service has been enhanced with some new features - and the return of an old one. In brief:

Email Notifications Have Been Restored - When a user subscribes to your feed you'll get an email. If this gets to be really annoying - and it can be for larger feeds - you can disable it by editing your feed settings and clearing the "Send sign-up notification emails" check box.

Sign up dates added to subscriber lists - By popular demand. Fairly self-explanatory, this one. If you imported your subscribers from Bloglet the date is the import date, not the date they signed up for Bloglet.

Dashboard Enhancements - The dashboard performance has been improved (which basically means log in should feel snappier). It also now reports your use and lets you manage FeedBlitz's new Turbo premium services.

Turbo Premium Services Introduced - Want to send emails more than daily? Want to receive subscriptions faster? Enter FeedBlitz / Turbo. Check out the updated feature list and use your dashboard to start the two week trial period. There are Turbo plans for publishers and Turbo versions for readers. The release of Turbo will also enable more time to be spent servicing the feed branding beta.



Blogger Improbulus said...

Hi, thanks for the new features. Can you fix it so that the email that notifies a user of a new subscriber also gives their email address? If you don't then it's rather less helpful and one may as well turn it off! Thanks.

5:42 AM, October 18, 2005  
Blogger Kaye Bailey said...

Great improvements - I appreciate the date subscribed column. Thank you for your hard work!

1:13 PM, October 18, 2005  
Blogger Phil Hollows said...

Hi Improbulus:

The notifications go out when the user hits "subscribe me" on the dialog - at which point they're still unconfirmed. It's meant to be more of an indication of activity instead of a detailed log (you can always get to subscriber addresses via the dashboard once they're confirmed). For a blog of your renown I'm sure you probably don't need them :-)

3:05 PM, October 18, 2005  

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