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Posts tagged with “news” (11 posts)

FotoJournal on your Phone and Tablet

When FotoJournal launched in early 2010, the mobile revolution that began with the iPhone was only a few years old. The world hadn’t yet been introduced to the iPad. Thus, the web was only just beginning to understand a concept we now know as ‘responsive design’.

What is responsive design?

Photographers are ...

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Surveys & Prizes!

It’s been nearly 18 months since FotoJournal launched, and since then nearly every enhancement we’ve made has been due to feedback from you, our wonderful customers. Today we’re going to kick things up a notch and directly ask what you love (or hate) about FotoJournal with a short & sweet survey ...

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Search added to blog management!

We just released a small (but super-handy) new feature that lets you search your blog posts and comments from the blog management backend. Many users have built up an impressive number of posts & comments, and we hope this addition makes it easier to manage all that delicious content.

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Scheduled Maintenance for December 10th

Just a quick note that we’ll be doing some scheduled maintenance on December 10 between approximately 11pm–1am MST.  We’re migrating FotoJournal to a more powerful server to help accomodate our awesome & growing community :)

This migration is a significant milestone for us, as it’s taken a lot of time & ...

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In progress: Import from WordPress

One of the most common emails we get from photographers is: “FotoJournal looks great and I’d love to switch — but can I import posts from my WordPress blog?”

Right now, the answer is unfortunately no.  But we’re working on it.  WordPress makes it super-easy to export your ...

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FotoJournal has launched!

After much hard work and anticipation we’re proud to announce that now anyone can create a free photoblog with FotoJournal!

We’ve been absolutely amazed at the amount of interest photographers have shown in FotoJournal: there is clearly a demand for a better photography-blogging platform, and we think FotoJournal provides exactly that ...

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We want your photos!

In preparation of our upcoming launch (seriously, it’s coming very soon) we’re asking for your help!  We want to set up some demo blogs in order to showcase our growing selection of Themes, and we thought it would be extra cool if those themes featured photography from the FotoJournal community ...

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Launch Party recap

Last night was Launch Party, an event organized by Startup Edmonton.  We had a blast showing off fotojournal and talking with visitors and other local companies.  There was great music, food, and even free margaritas sponsored by Yardstick Software.

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The turnout was spectacular — roughly 250 people attended, in addition to ...

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Launch Party Edmonton

Our Beta program is coming to a close, which means we are very close to fully launching fotojournal.  And good timing too: Startup Edmonton, a local non-profit organization, is hosting an event called Launch Party, and fotojournal is one of the featured companies!

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Here’s a bit more about Launch Party ...

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Update: Profile photos, post thumbnails and more

Once again, over the past few weeks we’ve been continuously rolling out new changes. Most of these are minor but are nonetheless important to improving the workflow and usability of fotojournal. You may have noticed these changes when poking around with your blog, but if not here’s a list of ...

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the fotojournal blog is back!

We’re happy to announce the launch — or rather, re-launch — of the fotojournal blog!  As some of you may remember, there was a previous version of this blog, but we took it offline before it really gained any traction.  We decided that maintaining our own blog was not the ...

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