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WordPress Changes – Losing the Old Admin and Editor

The False Appearance of Success

Matt Mullenweg seems to be under the impression that the new User Interface and Editor have been a success. From his recent “State of the Word Address” ⇒.

“Matt gave some updates on Calypso’s adoption since it was released last year. He says that 68% of posts on WordPress.com are now written in Calypso. 17% of posts are written via a mobile device, and only 15% of users are using the WordPress admin. For reference, Calypso is the default method of publishing on WordPress.com now, so that includes the desktop website, desktop app, and mobile app”.

We need to tell him that it is a false impression based upon being herded into the new system by the removal of virtually all links to the old one.  A move which seems to have precipitated an increasing number of abandoned and infrequently used blogs.

We also need to list all the new UI’s and Editors shortcomings.  Including the low-speed for those who aren’t fortunate enough to have super-fast broadband and super-fast computers. 

It seems, for business reasons which include the use of Rest-API ⇐, WordPress are determined to set aside what remains of the old system.  They had better be persuaded to perfect the new one first.  That will take many voices, so please add your comment to the forum and pass the news to others and, for the present,  How to Access the Old System ⇐

The places to comment.

Where you can place a comment and, should you so wish, address a comment to Matt Mullenweg as @Matt:-

https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/stats-feedback?replies=52

Comments about the WP Reader:-

https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/reader-update/page/2?replies=15

This is my message to Matt Mullenweg on the “stats” thread of the forum:-

Message for @Matt via @supernovia

It is noticeable that there are an increasing number of blogs that are infrequently used and an increasing number being abandoned.  Pushing Reader “Recommendations” at us, without an opt-out will only annoy customers more.

The idea that the new UI is successful (according your State of the Word address) is false one, brought about by the destruction of links and making all but one point away from the old UI.  Many bloggers do not even know that it still exists.  You have been fooling yourselves.

As an aside: You would make the UI/Editor/Reader less cramped if you employed slide-away or drop-down menus.

The new UI/Editor remains deficient of original function.  There is lot of work to do before it will reach the original functional standard.  You shouldn’t need us to tell you what’s missing. That is a ludicrous failure of perception and a disrespectful misuse of our time.

Unless one has super-fast broadband and a super-fast computer, which most people do not, especially in the farther regions of the world, then the new UI/Editor/Reader is horribly slow.  Using more code to achieve less is a failure and no amount of contrived hyperbole or herding of customers can alter the reality.  And, why on Earth is the “Reader” loading Olark.

If you are using OAuth 2.0, as it seems you are, you should bear in mind what the lead project author entirely disavowed that version.

I suggest that you give the project at least a semblance of genuine improvement, then beta test it and only then launch it.  Do not destroy what works in favour of what does not.  We are paying customers (and paying for No-Ads does count). We are not here for you to experiment on.

Here ⇒  are just some of the comments that you don’t see.

Further: There has been exclusion of adverse customer comment on the WP Blog and the Forum’s “Reader” thread.  That is against WP’s apparent stance on censorship, a contravention of First Amendment Rights and fuels the argument for making WP a Regulated Public Utility under Congressional control.  Perhaps it would be a good idea to see that it doesn’t happen again.

Have a nice day.   🙂


A Lament for The Ancient Code Wrangler at Xmas

Twas the night before Christmas,
And through all WordPress house,
Not a creature was stirring,
Because they’d eaten the mouse,

The code wranglers were nestled,
All snug in their beds,
Whilst visions of fudge brownies,
Danced in their heads,

Then down from the chimney,
All covered in soot,
Came an ancient code wrangler
Who’d chewed of his foot

Up, he proclaimed,
There’s work to do still
There’s a Reader to wrap,
And send them a bill,

The customers heard this,
And thought it unfair,
So they caught the old wrangler,
And pulled out his hair,

He’s a national treasure,
They cried loudly and puffed,
He belongs behind glass,
But first have him stuffed.

😀

I hope you enjoyed that, although it’s not up to the standard of this chap.   How did he know about code wranglers so long ago.

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An Ode to WordPress Reader⇐ and more on the subject of the New Reader ⇐.


WP Reader Changes – Wouldn’t This Be Better

It seems WP want the Reader to fit on a cellphone, but wouldn’t the format below be better for all ?  It makes maximum use of the available space by hiding the menu (or by spreading it along the top bar), minimizing the white space and fitting all pictures into a 4:3 frame without cropping. Modified 21 Dec 2016.  More↓.

There are icons for a full gallery view (pics), plain reader (read) and visit the blog (visit).  The gallery icon shows the number of images on the post and changes colour if there are more images than shown by the reader.  A click-on the left side larger image will expand it.

This alternative uses a little more height than the new Reader, but far less than the previous Reader, is more accommodating and even looks better on a cellphone than the current new Reader.

The present load speed problem is partly due to the extra data transfer junk (e.g. Google Analytics, Google Ads, Olark, WordPress Public API and many more) and partly due to the larger number of posts (in thin slices) being loaded at one time.  Although the number of posts being loaded at one time might be less for those using a mobile application.

The fonts and juxtapositions aren’t brilliant, but it conveys the idea. Next week, I’m teaching it to do singing and dancing.

The point of this exercise being; to show what can be done and encourage WP to consult in future. And, of course, stop WP from pushing their recommendations into our reading lists.

More on the Reader here ⇐.

WordPress Changes – Accessing the Old System ⇐

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WP Reader Changes – WP Test Sending Recommendations by Email – Update

Update: It seems that we will be able to manage our subscription. Please see the WP Reader Changes – WP Test Sending Recommendations by Email ⇐ (Dec 20, 1016) for details.


WP Reader Changes – 2016/2017

Periodically updated list of news/articles/contacts about the WP Reader Changesbell-and-cross-3

and a link to – User Interface Changes ⇐  and Accessing the old System (Stats, Editor etc)

Following the introduction of a new WP Reader format in December of 2016, objections were raised about the layout and the intention to “push” WP’s recommendations into our readers. More recently there have been complaints about censorship and then an intention to “push” recommendations by email.

The WP Forum ⇒ on this topic with members comments (available to all WP bloggers).

The WP Blog announcement ⇒ is still readable but now closed for further comments.

Articles

Articles in reverse chronology:-

Preventing WP Reading Recommendation Being Sent by Email ⇐    Opting out of the automatic email subscription.

A Lament for the Ancient Code Wrangler at Xmas ⇐  😀 An Ode of humour.  Oh alright, taking the mickey. (Dec 24, 2016).

WP Reader Changes – Wouldn’t This be Better ? ⇐  An alternative design that addresses the problems (Dec 21, 2016).

WP Reader Changes – WP Test Sending Recommendations by Email ⇐  Update: It seems that we will be able to manage our subscription. Please see the post for details (Dec 20, 2016).

A Xmas Ode to the WP Reader ⇐  😀 A little fun at their expense.  Well we can’t let them get us down and become dispirited (Dec 19, 2016).

** WP Reader Changes – Worse to Come ⇐  General Information about WP’s intent to put their recommendations into our Readers, problems with the new format and the means to complain (Dec 18, 2016).

WP Reader Changes ⇒ by Cindy Knoke which contains a large number of adverse comments (Dec 15, 2016).

 


WP Reader Changes – WP Test Sending Recommendations by Email

Update: From Jeff Bowen of Horizon Feedback responding to a suggestion of  Opting-in/out for recommendation by email.

“Thanks for the suggestion, Graham. It’s not shown in the screenshot, but you will definitely be able to manage your subscription status for these, regardless”.

So it seems, one less thing to be concerned about.

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Original Post was

On December 19 2016 at 2:43pm I asked Horizon Feedback if they had been asked to test the new WP Reader (using their “Call for Testing: Image Editor” post). The answer of “No” was published as a comment on the same post at 10:19pm on the same day.

Subsequently, Dandelionslad ⇒ kindly gave me a heads up that a new post of “Call for Testing: Recommended Reading Emails” had been published.  Please click here ⇓ to view. 

https://horizonfeedback.wordpress.com/2016/12/19/call-for-testing-recommended-reading-emails/

!!  There is a comments section  !!

It seems that WP intend to send us unsolicited recommendations by email (straight into my junk folder) in addition to placing them in our Readers.

 

More news and articles ⇒


A Christmas Ode to the Word Press Reader

Twas the week before Christmas,
And through all WordPress house,
Not a creature was stirring,
Not even a mouse,

Then up jumped a code wrangler,
And shouted with glee,
Let’s cause a nuisance,
And I’ll do it for free,

It’s just before Xmas,
They will all be so busy,
We can mess with the Reader,
And make them all dizzy,

So they worked hard through the day,
And they worked hard through the night,
It was so very unusual,
That it gave them a fright,

Then the bloggers complained,
And made the wranglers feel sad,
So the the bloggers said more,
And drove the wranglers quite mad,

Then up spoke a blogger,
With “that’s well deserved”,
Let’s put them in aspic,
And have them preserved.

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You might also like the original poem Twas the Night Before Xmas ⇐ , or A Lament for the Ancient Code Wrangler ⇐ 🙂 or more serious comment/news on WP New Reader ⇐ 

We do need a sense of humour to cope and keep our spirits up.  Meanwhile Sam’s Song is brilliant and Sam the Eagle is my hero:-

Appalled and shocked, but we have been here before.  Making an effort does make a difference.  Imagine how bad it would be if we didn’t.

More News and Articles ⇐ on this subject.


WP Reader Changes – Worse to Come

The Lesser Known Problem:  According to the Announcement ⇒, WordPress will be putting their recommendations into our reader lists.  From the WordPress Blog announcement:-

“There are millions of amazing posts flowing through WordPress.com every day that you never see, and we want to bring a few of them to your attention, so we’re adding a bit of serendipity. We call it Recommended Posts.”

“This new section will show up in Reader intermittently — more for new members, less for existing members who already follow a lot of sites. You can also see Recommended Posts on the Search page.”

If this is allowed to proceed, how long before we start getting emails of the recommendations which appear in our reader.

From the WordPress Forum on this topic.

“Recommendations will hopefully work to help to connect more people with more blogs they like. More are shown to people who are new to using the Reader and less are shown to people who already follow a lot of sites. if you don’t like a recommendation, click the X icon to dismiss it and we’ll keep that in mind.”

That is, we are coerced into following more blogs in order to reduce this intrusion.

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Update: It now looks as if WP will try to push their recommendations into our emails.  Here ⇐.   The Fix ⇐

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Further:-

There are many bloggers who do not like the new format which misrepresents/distorts/crops pictures, minimizes samples and lacks respect for their work.

For those without super-fast broadband, the reader has become much slower.

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Why Push Content: One can only conjecture.  There seems to be a need to stimulate activity. (i.e the number of recorded views). This may be an attempt to retain the WordPress image in the face of those blogs which have been abandoned or are rarely used. I think this approach is likely to make the situation  worse

Another possible reason, for the new format, is so that it fits cell-phones and creates more space for the “recomendations”.

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Censorship: There are a number of complaints that adverse comments have been excluded from the WordPress Blog on this subject and at least one from the WordPress Forum on this topic.  That will be another post later, with screen-shots of the items reinstated on the forum after complaints.

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Solution: For everybody to enter a comment on the WordPress Blog ⇒ and the WordPress Forum ⇒ (which every WordPress blogger has a right to use) and thus spill outside of those forums to the ears of those who bear influence.  There is a further mass of dissent at Cindy Knokes post ⇒.

The WordPress Blog seems only to accept very short comments.  Please report anything short that is rejected.

Complaints are numerous, these are mine. Pick as you will or add you own.  One does not need to justify or argue, only state.

As a paying customer, I (also) object to:-

The intrusion of unsolicited posts into my reader.

The intrusion of my unsolicited posts into the readers of others, causing them annoyance.

Any prospect of unsolicited emails from the reader.

The misrepresentation/distortion/cropping of my photographs and lack of respect for my work.

The reduction in sample size.

The slower reader speed.

The high-handed manner of this action without any prior consultation.

The poor competence in its implementation.

Any form of censorship, being contrary to the stated views of WordPress, the precepts of the free-world and the free-press.  Particularly of dissenting views and the marginalisation of dissenters.

The more we accept without protest, the more we will be used without respect. 

“Merely exist on our knees, or take the chances of being fully alive on our feet.”

Making an effort does make a difference.  Imagine how bad it would be if we didn’t.

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More News and Articles on this Subject ⇐

And, on a lighter note, A Christmas Ode to the WordPress Reader ⇐  😀

 

 


The WP New Editor Protest

Poll

These posts are from March 2015 bu continues to receive views.  The Poll below is still open and shows a a vast majority of protest.  Some further articles/information on the WP changes are here.

Add Your View and Please Share the Opportunity

This Poll, in response to the New WP Editor, has a gathering momentum (2,500+ votes) , it is independent, the results visible and well worth a moment of your time to add your vote. There is nothing to lose, it may help and it might deter any further nuisance. Please click on:-

http://www.poll-maker.com/poll277402x1D5c4173-10

With credit and thanks to blogger “imperialtwilight” for the initiative.

It is also worth leaving a comment on the most recently active forum thread.  Please click here:-

https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/disappointed-in-new-wordpress?replies=11

The previous forum thread of 32 pges (now closed) is here.

https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/please-reinstate-the-option-of-choice-to-use-the-old-publishing-format/page/29?replies=553

If you would be kind enough to Share, Post with a Link or Reblog, it will help to spread the opportunity to others.  Spreading the word is very important if we are to avoid further problems.

The Poll is spreading well enough that, if WP ignore it, then it will be obvious to all that they have made a wrong turn.  On that basis, maybe they will not ignore it.

Workarounds are here.

Some further articles/information on the WP changes are here.


WP Changes – Improved Workarounds

Duck 3Sorry to redirect you but there have been developments that makes this easier at WordPress Navigation Links – Improved


No longer as relevant :-

This approach will, I hope, restore more enjoyment to blogging.  More about WP Changes and What We Can Do to seek restoration of original function is here !

Meanwhile, the biggest problem is that the Reader is a catch-all.  Log-in to it or click on any link to it and the Reader opens in the current Tab, then there is no way to the better Dashboard  except via the “My-Sites” blue Mobile orientated User Interface.    This approach solves that.

Note 1 : You can choose to Right-Click on any link and, from the pop-up menu, you can select “Open Link in new tab”.   You might then need to select that Tab.  A similar approach for Apple Mac.

Note 2: Everything here opens in a new Tab.  Note:3 The “Refresh” button is usually found to the right of the address bar.

With the following approach it is possible to get away with using only one Tab, two Tabs to keep your Notifications Archive available and an occasional extra Tab for use of the Reader and/or Stats.  Once one is familiar it becomes a new habit.

  • Log-in to the your WP Dashboard:-

https:// {YourBlogName} .com/wp-admin/

You only need to do this once and then can Bookmark/Favourite it for future use.  Once you have logged-in,  you are automatically logged in to all of your UI pages. You can also log-out from there using the drop-down menu that appears when you hover the mouse pointer over your Gravatar.

  • From there you have access to all the usual functions and can Right-Click “View All”, just beneath the graph,  to open the better Stats page in a new Tab.

You can return to your Dashboard by closing the Stats Tab.  Alternatively clicking on the Dashboard Tab, which keeps the Stats Tab open and saves reloading pages (although you will want to refresh Stats occasionally).

You can also choose a different blog from the drop down list adjacent to the small blue Home icon (top right) on the Stats page.  Clicking on the Home icon automatically opens an Admin page in a new Tab.

  • If you would like to add your Notifications Archive (the more useful view), open and Bookmark/Favourite the following for future use:-

https://wordpress.com/notifications

There is the option to keep that one extra Tab open for whenever/wherever the little bell lights-up.  Just click on the Notifications Tab and refresh the screen.

  • To add the Reader, without getting trapped, use the Note 1 tip above, or open and Bookmark/Favourite the following for future use:-

https://wordpress.com/

I’ve found that this approach works well but does require a small change of habit.  If stuck, then one can always revert to the first Bookmark/Favourite (Dashboard), which you are still logged-in to.

If you would like more direct Links (e.g. My-Stats, older Stats, All Posts, New Post etc), please see:-

https://freedfromtime.wordpress.com/2015/01/27/help-with-wordpress-changes/

With thanks and credit to all those on the forums who initiated the idea.


At this stage, I do not think that these Links and/or this method will be tampered with.  That would prove the intent to coerce and be contrary the CEO Matt Mullenweg’s own comments on About WordPress Changes and What We Can Do.

That post is still open for comments on the subject,  which can be directed to the post subject or as a direct reply the Mr Mulenweg’s comment.  The later, providing an opportunity, perhaps more useful.

Lastly; avoiding the new UI may well be helpful as any clicks to/from the new UI may be used to signify acceptance.  The thrust of debate is that it is going to be better, for each endeavour, if the Mobile friendly UI is kept separate from the Desktop friendly UI.


Help with WordPress Changes

DuckSorry to redirect you but there have been developments that makes this easier at WordPress Navigation Links – Improved. 

However, additional Links can be found here for those who might find them useful.  🙂


Now only relevant for additional Links that you might wish to use:-

Links included. – For more about the changes and what we can do about it, please click here.  Bloggers are discovering that the inconvenience of the new user interface pages can be bypassed by Bookmarking/Favourite the desired pages.  Then open a tab for the required log-in page and then open other bookmarked pages in additional tabs (you are automatically logged into each) .

This is not only more convenient but signals to WP that their intention to continue with their present approach is undesirable.

Here are some links to start with.  You will only need to do this once, Bookmark/Favourite it and can then open each in a new tab when required.

WP Admin.

You can also use this for sign-out purposes.

https:// {YourBlogName} .com/wp-admin/

The Classic Stats page (most commonly used prior to the new one). From the main Admin page use the “View All” button or bookmark:-

https://wordpress.com/my-stats/

At present, you can also get to your Admin page, from these stats,  by clicking on the small blue house at the top right.

The Old Stats page (copy to the address bar of a new tab and put your Blog name where indicated, without spaces).

          https:// {YourBlogName} .wordpress.com/wp-admin/index.php?page=stats

The Reader

https://wordpress.com/

On the Reader, one can go directly to a post by clicking on the lower left time-stamp.

A New Post using the desktop editor which, at present,  can still be found at the left menu bar of the Admin Page.   Here is the link anyway (copy to the address bar of a new tab and put your Blog name where indicated, without spaces) .

         https:// {YourBlogNme} .wordpress.com/wp-admin/post-new.php

All Posts which, at present,  can still be found at the left menu bar of the Admin Page.   Here is the link anyway (copy to the address bar of a new tab and put your Blog name where indicated, without spaces).

        https:// {YourBlogName} .wordpress.com/wp-admin/edit.php

Notifications

https://wordpress.com/notifications

This opens your Notifications Archive which isn’t perfect but better than the New Notifications.  That is. the unread items have a blue dot on the left and there is the usual bent arrow to indicate what you replied to.  When the bell icon lights up, on any page, you only need to go to your Notifications tab and refresh the screen.

Further, avoiding the New Notifications is a clear message that they are not liked.

Other UI Pages

Can still be found using the left side bar of the WP Admin page.  Bookmarking the most used is a quick way to navigate.

More About the Recent WordPress Changes, which need our attention if we are to rescue WordPress from the current managers of these endevours, which in there present form, can only the damage any pursuit of the mobile market whilst unnecessarily alienating existing desktop clients.

Please do re-blog or link if you wish. The more viewers the better.  :-).


Recent Changes to WordPress – Further

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Some Plain facts

Tiger Global are investment speculators. Prior to September 2013 they held a $50 million stake in Automaticc Inc (that’s WP).

Approximately September 2013 they acquired another $60 million of private equity in Automaticc Inc.  The article, which makes interesting reading, is here:-

http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2013/09/17/tiger-global-ups-investment-in-creator-of-wordpress/

Tiger Global have increasing investment in mobile, messaging and e-commerce companies, especially in places where landlines are not always available. Here is one of several articles on the subject:-

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/09/17/quikr-tigerglobal-idUSL3N0RI4B920140917

Conjecture

If there is any connection between these items and recent changes that are intended to be more mobile friendly, then the alleged improvements have been handled so badly as to become a poison chalice.

Options

If this issue makes you annoyed, then the best approach is to ensure the unity of a collective voice in one place. May I suggest that; bloggers create a post upon this subject with a link to the forum thread.

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/massive-changes-to-the-wp-interface/page/11?replies=307

WP closed that thread, it now continues on:-

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/upgraded-stats-and-changes-to-wp-interface?replies=2

and

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/stats-classics-how-to-set/page/6?replies=155

Alternatively, re-blog the first post which includes the link:-

https://freedfromtime.wordpress.com/2014/12/18/recent-changes-to-wordpress-user-interface/

Further, you might announce your posts on the forum so that others can re-blog them.

… and may I wish a Very Merry Christmas to all bloggers.

more later.


Recent Changes to WordPress User Interface

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      How to get involved  –  Why I Post on the subject  –

      Why there is a need to be involved   –   What is being said

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Recent Changes to the WordPress User Interface

In reference to the hosted service.

There was a WordPress Forum Topic on this subject, which is worth reading, here:-

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/massive-changes-to-the-wp-interface?replies=456

WP closed that topic, it now continues on

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/upgraded-stats-and-changes-to-wp-interface?replies=2

and

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/stats-classics-how-to-set/page/6?replies=155

and about the notifications on

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/anyone-else-having-problems-with-the-new-notifications-layout/page/2?replies=41

All WordPress users have access to the forum and a right to use it.

To add your comments, use the link and go to the bottom of the last page.  Many specific complaints have been given, so you do not need to do more than state whether you do or do not like the changes, unless you wish to comment further.

There is also an option to subscribe to the thread by email notification and be kept up to date with developments.

– – Update: Investment influences, please click here.

Why I am posting this article:

  • On the forum, in response to the question “When will we start seeing information from the survey ?” the response (Dec 11, 2014, 6:14 PM) from staff was:-

“The survey results will probably be reviewed internally and used as one part of the decision-making process there”.

  • The WordPress Daily Post produced an article entitled “Upgraded Stats and Navigation Enhancement”.  Comments became complaints and, when I introduced a link to the forum thread, it was closed for further comments and omitted the comment with a link to the forum.  The article shows how nice the new stats look on a mobile and is here:-

  http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2014/12/09/stats-navigation-enhancements/

  • WordPress closed a Customer Services topic after only 24 minutes.

  • If views are not made more public, then no one will know the majority opinion.

  • There are more changes to come and there is a distinct danger that new formats will eventually replace the existing ones. It is already being made difficult to navigate to the preferred screen pages.

I am concerned that bloggers will think that using the survey will be enough for their opinion to count.  Considering that, according to WP Staff, the survey results are unlikely to be published, it is unlikely that they will need to pay much attention if it does not suit them.

Therefore it is most important that we make our views more publicly known, whatever they are. Otherwise we could find our needs supplanted by the pursuit of new markets and face increasingly thoughtless nuisance and loss of facilities. It does not have to be an either or situation, both needs can be facilitated.  Although, even for mobile use, it has been badly done.

Bloggers can help to secure the future by leaving even a simple comment on the forum and/or re-blogging this so that others have the opportunity of being in the loop.

A Summary of Complaints

There are many very specific complaints and a lot of annoyance to be found on the forum, but I will try to fairly summarise the main points:-

      • The changes were foisted upon us without warning or the opportunity to comment. After all we do pay for this and do make WordPress a financial success by the effort we put into our blogs.  The last valuation of WordPress was $1.4 billion.

      • The User Interface is being made more Mobile friendly at the expense of Desktop users.

      • Navigation and Sign Out drop down menus are disappearing and it is interrupting work flow.

      • The New Stats page is only one column showing a graph of 10 days instead of the previous 30, it requires more scrolling to view the entire contents and the summary table icon is missing.

      • The new editor is missing “Add Poll”, “Add Contact Form” , the Screen Option of One Column (Full Width View). The editor frame is not adjustable, one cannot get directly from a published post to the old editor and there have been numerous complaints about “beep bop boo etc” from when it first appeared.

      • Many people just don’t like the appearance.

      • There is only one staff member attending who can only report back to the developers. Although very polite and patient it is, as one member commented, “Like trying to knit fog”.

If I have omitted anything or you have a specific concern, please comment on the forum where it will be seen by other WP members and by staff.

Thank you for taking the time to read and hope that you will take few moments to add your voice.

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