Keep Track of Your Conversations in One Place

Hi there all, I just found out that WordPress have put in a nive new conversations feature where we can see all of our conversations in one place!

Have a look!

Simon ๐Ÿ™‚

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Today, weโ€™re introducing Conversations: a tool in the Reader that makes it easier for you to monitor and participate in the discussions you care about the most.

Letโ€™s face it: it can be hard to keep track of all the conversations you take part in online. When your favorite posts generate an active discussion, you might miss out on some meaningful exchanges. To find out if a post has new comments, you would have to manually search for it in your stream, or enable comment emails, which would then fill your inbox with every single comment coming from that post.

With the new Conversations page, new comments on your followed posts on anyย WordPress.com or Jetpack-connected sites will all appear in a single stream, including for sites you donโ€™t follow. Youโ€™ll now be able to read and add your replies without having to leave the Reader!

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My name is Simon I'm an engineer, creator, free thinker and occasionally writer. For far too long I had ideas and nowhere to put them for the world to see, that's why Planet Simon was created. I'm an experimenter, explorer and fascinated by the world around me and the people in it. My exploration goes further than the known universe and expands out to universe's I've created in my mind and put onto the creative canvas. I'm not the person I used to be and over time I have evolved and the blog is evolving with me. Whatever this blog is in the future it's a place where all are welcome and ideas can roam free to find their magical place in the universe. I'm an experimenter, explorer and fascinated by the world around me and the people in it. My exploration goes further than the known universe and expands out to universe's I've created in my mind and put onto the creative canvas.

32 thoughts on “Keep Track of Your Conversations in One Place

      1. I imagine it does… Otherwise you wouldn’t know when people add to the conversation. I’m hesitating in case it’s like Facebook, when you comment on someone’s post and then get “So-and-so also commented on Thingummy’s post” messages for the rest of the day! ๐Ÿ˜†

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      1. I’m inclined to say that I like it. However, there’s a possibility of missing really great posts that have no comments. I’ll be using it along with my reader so as to avoid the possibility.

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      2. Me neither. I love my reader. ๐Ÿ™‚ Although I do like that it keeps conversations in one area. A handy tool if you’re interested in following a particular thread.

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      3. I like the convenience of that versus email updates which I’ve never used in fear of how many there’d be. “Conversations” eliminates the need for email updates.

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