Meet your posting goals on your site with this new feature in the iOS and Android apps.
Stay in the loop even when you’re away from your site.
Now, you can filter notifications to see what you want to see, when you want to see it.
Our improved notifications simplify and standardize your experience, allowing you to see all of your notifications, likers, and followers and moderate comments without leaving the notifications window.
We’ve taken extra steps to protect WordPress.com members.
Do you use Google Chrome as your web browser? We’ve got a pretty nifty Chrome Extension for WordPress.com that allows you to post to your site with a click of a button, and follow other blogs without having to visit WordPress.com. We’re pleased to announce WP.com Chrome Extension version 1.3, featuring push messaging and rich […]
Need to get your WordPress.com Notifications on the go? With version 2.4 of WordPress for Android you’ll see all your Notifications right on your Android device. Step away yet stay connected With the new streamlined Notifications view, you can step away from your computer but still stay connected to your readers. With just a few […]
Did you know you can get notifications about new comments, new followers, likes on your posts, and more with the WordPress for iOS app? It’s a super convenient way to keep up with your blog even when you’re away from your desk. With version 3.4 of WordPress for iOS (available now on the App Store), […]
We’ve just released two improvements that will make WordPress.com even more efficient for you, leaving you more time to create content. Site Stats If you get a lot of traffic to your blog, your stats were sometimes slow to load. We know you like to look at your stats often, think about how all those […]
Stuff happens all the time on WordPress.com. You’re blogging, commenting, liking, and following like never before. Every hour a record is broken and someone’s day is made. We’ve always known about your love affair with stats. We like watching numbers grow, too. And we also like to see the events that the numbers represent. We […]