As we have already seen many of Google’s products started looking a little different across the web, and Now, Blogger is the next product to get the new UI makeover.
For last few years blogger have not changed its interface or look. Now engineers at Google has written the entire editing and management experience from scratch so it’s faster and more efficient for the users.
Throughout the design process, Google team conducted user interviews to help identify how to make Blogger even easier and more enjoyable to use. they also watched users try the new interface and made many refinements based on end user’s feedback.
A streamlined blogging experience
Whether you’re on a dashboard or settings page of blogger.com, you can always create or edit posts with just one click at the top of the screen. Additionally, the post editor has been expanded and simplified to give you a larger canvas for drafting and previewing your work.
Monitor and grow your audience at a glance
In the new “Overview” section of your blogger dashboard, you will be able to quickly get a pulse for how people are reacting to your blog with a graph of your most recent traffic numbers, comment activity and follower counts. For extra guidance and inspiration, you’ll also find a list of helpful links, a feed of Blogger updates and a showcase of other blogs you may find interesting.
Try it now
Google will gradually let all bloggers choose to turn on the new User Interface, so your Blogger experience won’t be updated until you enable it. Over the next few days, keep an eye out for a pop-up announcement on your dashboard with instructions on how to get started and enable the new UI on your blogger account, and check out this Blogger Help Center page on official blog of blogger product to learn more about what’s changed.
If you want to provide suggestions or feedback about the new look, click the gear icon in the top right of the navigation bar when you are logged in into your blogger account and select “Send Feedback.”
Blogger product team is working hard to fundamentally revamp and improve the Blogger experience from the ground up, and hope you will be enjoying the first in a series of major updates that are on their way in the coming months.