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Thursday, May 12, 2005

Blogger - Gmail integration , Enterprise version of Blogger

Google is contemplating various improvements to its popular Blogger Web logging service,including native image uploading and deeper integration with the company's Gmail Web-mail service. Google is also considering the creation of an enterprise Blogger version, as well as letting users limit access to their blogs by creating private groups.
Google is also evaluating an enhancement that lets users natively upload images to their blogs from within the Blogger interface. Google is also weighing whether to develop an enterprise version of Blogger that would be tailored for workplace use, as opposed to individual consumer use. Although users can password protect their Blogger blogs with third-party software or services, Blogger currently doesn't offer native ways for users to limit access to their blogs. However, Google is mulling over the possibility of adding some native privacy features, such as the ability for users to create private groups and that way control who can view their blogs. Meanwhile, Blogger has resolved some performance issues Stone acknowledged in March that were affecting the service, including slow response times. Google introduced the latest enhancement to Blogger last week, when it launched Blogger Mobile, a feature that lets users create a new blog and post to it from mobile devices.

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