You asked, we built. It's now easy to publish and manage two widget sidebars on your OnSugar blog. To check it out, go to your widget management page. You'll notice there are two column under the active tab. Toggle between the two to add widgets to each.
There are currently seven featured themes that work with the new three column format, but we’re adding more all the time. Have a three column theme you'd like to see OnSugar? Let me know.
Did you just see the craziest thing on your morning commute and wish you could've blogged about it right there and then? Well now you can.
This week our development team unveiled our new post by email feature. Now you can post from your email equipped phone, or — and of course we don't actually endorse this — publish brilliant posts under the guise of composing work email.
To get started click on "Edit Profile" in the drop down menu. To learn more about posting by email, visit our help blog.
I should also mention that this featured was developed because many of you asked for it. So if you have other ideas for us, be sure to send them our way.
When our pal Eppie22 started posting her OnSugar posts to her Facebook account, we all thought it was great, but admitted that we were too lazy to do the same. To remedy our laziness, our dev team came up with two new great features. Now you can automatically update either your Facebook or your Twitter statuses whenever you post something to OnSugar.
To do so, just click on "Edit Profile" in the drop down menu on the top. Once there you can click on the Facebook or Twitter icons and fill in your information. In just a few short clicks, whenever you create a new post on OnSugar, you'll create a status update on Facebook or Twitter.
Thanks for the awesome review, Mashable!
Wish you had more followers? You can now click "Invite Friends" in your site dropdown menu, and easily invite folks to check out your blog. Let friends and family know all about your life, including that corn dog you ate last night.
We’ve also added a "navigation alert". This means that instead of losing a post when you accidently navigate away, you'll now receive an alert message asking if you’d like to save your post. Remember, if you're not ready to publish just then, you can always save your post as a draft and come back to it later. Just click on "Advance Options" beneath your post and select "Save as draft." A link to your posts and drafts page is in your site dropdown menu.
We've got more tricks up our sleeves, so stay tuned. And if you want us to add something sooner, drop us a line!