Hi there. Long time, no blog. Things have been quiet here due to the team working on other projects and that tendency life has to grab your ankles, shake you upside down and remind you that your plans are nothing, tiny human.
We’ve made it through. We had a successful launch of Replyable in 2017 and Postmatic continues to see steady use and love from the WordPress community. We’re looking forward to 2018 with some new development, new faces, and fresh ideas.
One other question the wordpress, google+, twitter, facebook icons above the comment form, how do those work. I was expecting them to open those respective share boxes to share on those networks but it simply seemed to sync without showing me anything was being shared, or if things where going to be auto shared. Not intuitive here. Perhaps you could put a question icon next to these so I can better understand.
Bridget Willard joins us as Director of Marketing
You may have noticed things have gotten busy lately on our Twitter feed. And soon, there will be a lot more blogging happening as well. That’s all thanks to Bridget Willard lending a hand.
Bridget is a marketer and strategist who has been working in the WordPress world most recently as Marketing Manager at GiveWP. We are over-the-moon delighted to have her help with Postmatic and look forward to starting 2018 with her on board. Check out her blog. WordPress geeks should especially read her recent piece on the economic impacts of Gutenberg.
Some new features are on the way for Postmatic and Replyable
We have some development planned for early January that will help with compatibility with a ton more popup packages and 3rd party services. Syncing your Postmatic lists with other services will be a breeze. Look for that soon.
We’ll also be giving some attention to Replyable in the form of a few experimental add-ons to increase compatibility with plugins outside of the commenting sphere.
It’s great to be able to shift focus a bit back to Postmatic in the coming months. Look for some new features soon.