Post a question with the city you’re curious about, and what you want to know the “best” of, and the User Engagement team will answer!
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A warm hello from the Kinja team, we hope you all had a wonderful Holiday weekend. This week we dug into the feedback around last week’s design updates, continued planning our next round of iterations, and began running tests on a few features in the hopper. Continue reading for more details.
Welcome to the third weekly product round up. This week we kicked off the release of the new layout and typography updates, improved embeds in the WYSIWYG editor, and continued testing some new features that you’ll hear more about soon. Details below!
On the back of our RSVP cards, we asked our friends and families to draw their favorite memory. We left it purposefully blank, figuring it would be fun to see what people came up with.
Now that every Kinja user has their own profile, we’re taking a step forward to clean up what lives on each user’s blog.
As part of our ongoing effort to improve the user experience on Kinja, we've reorganized what you would traditionally find on your blog's private page into the Kinja dashboard.
We're introducing a new way to discover what your friends are doing on Kinja. Beginning Tuesday, April 7, every user on Kinja will have a profile page.
Today you may notice a few updates to look and feel of Kinja's navigation. Our design team is around if you have any questions or feedback for them.
For the past two years, text annotations have been operating as a beta feature on a select number of Kinja blogs - Jalopnik, Kotaku and Lifehacker to name a few.
As part of our Thanksgiving hack week, one of our engineers, Ashton Galloway, experimented with adding a Pinterest share button to Kinja.
When we kicked off the new left rail project earlier this year, we had two main objectives.
Update (10/29): Flagging is now live across all of Kinja, you should now see a flag option on every reply. On your blog and any blog where you're an admin, you can find a flagging queue in that blog's private view (blog.kinja.com/private/flagged).
We're very excited to introduce the new global navigation for Kinja.
We're introducing an update to pending replies that blurs images until you choose to see them. Update: This is now live across Kinja!