Archive for July 2011

WebEden Blog feature now in live Beta!

July 29th, 2011 — 6:54am

With much fanfare, we’d like to finally announce the launch of the WebEden blog feature – now available for you in all its glory!

We’ve been taking about the new blog feature for the best part of 2 years, and it has been a long and intense bit of work to finally produce it. The product is still in beta so we’re really like to hear if you have any comments about how we can improve it.

To start with, we’ve got 9 awesome templates that are blog specific for you to choose from. If you prefer then you can just use a standard template.

If you just want to add a blog to your website, get started by clicking the new ‘blog’ button on the WebEden toolbar

That gets you into the new Dashboard:

from where you can add an Text Post, and image post, or an article post:

The two other main options from the dashboard are to manage your posts, or your comments:

Within settings you can control general stuff like posts per page, comments per page, author info, comments management, and where you want to upload images to:

That’s it

We’re really happy to get this product live, and we hope you enjoy using it. We’d really like to know if you have any feedback about the blog feature. Let us know what you think below, or the WebEden Facebook page or on Twitter.

Webeden Survey

July 19th, 2011 — 7:17am

We’d like to find out a bit more about who is using WebEden, your experiences, so we can learn how to make the system even better. We’ll share with you the interesting stuff we find out!

Please take a moment to complete the survey.


Searching with a little help from your friends

July 11th, 2011 — 9:05am

If you’re planning a trip abroad, how do you find out more about the place you’re visiting? Do you search online to see what you can find? Or do you ask friends and relatives who have been there for their recommendations?

The chances are it’s probably both. And it’s the idea that we use both – search engines and recommendations from friends – that’s behind new search engine ‘Qyo‘.

Qyo is..

“…the world’s first search query sharing system that allows for social information discovery and real-time collaborative search”. Ahem. Snappy, ain’t it?

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