Just Pondering Part 768

WordPressWill WordPress ever do a small case study with its users before they roll out so-called new and improved features?

I have noticed that every time WordPress changes something, they put many of their users in a state of chaos.

Approximately two months ago, users were complaining about having the method for their posting changed.

I know that WordPress has good intentions; however, they should give all of their users a figurative heads up every time they decide to change something.

What are your views on this?

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11 responses to “Just Pondering Part 768

  1. I agree, this last one really sucks. >KB

  2. Okay that new html page when editing…. wtf is that all about? Fortunately you can opt for the old way.

  3. It’s not just a problem with Facebook. All of the major players on the web tend to cause their users this kind of problem.

  4. yeah, that beep beep bob method of posting new entries is missing features. Kinda sad that they dont do some testing of their ideas before they impose them on us but oh well, I cant complain since i am not a paying blogger. :)

  5. and when are they gonna let us edit /delete our comments. i just noticed a bleeper above on my last comment. :)

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