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WordPress 3.1 Comes to WordPress.com

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Now you can try some of the latest and greatest WordPress 3.1 features without having to upgrade your own blog to the alpha release. All you need is a free blog from WordPress.com.

The WordPress.com team has just merged all of WordPress.com with the 3.1 branch. Not only will WordPress.com users have access to new features like internal linking, improved Dashboard pagination, and Dashboard column sorting, but the WordPress 3.1 branch has just gained well over a million beta testers!

If you can’t wait to try WordPress 3.1, get a free WordPress.com blog today and don’t be afraid to contact the Happiness Engineers if you find any bugs.

Do you have a blog on WordPress.com? What do you think of the new features?

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  1. Portiscio (1 comments.) says:

    It will be better if I can choose also tag or category page from internal linking dialog like with Link to post plugin.

  2. Tom Coburn (67 comments.) says:

    Can you really get a good feel of the 3.1 features without installing your own template? I don’t know.
    I probably would have switched to a wordpress.com blog, from a self hosted one, a long time ago if there was a way to link a domain to it. I get so tired of installing templates, having to edit template tags all the time, but on the other hand, I wouldn’t be able to use plugins, like the facebook connect plugin. As popular as facebook is, I’m still wishing there was a way for the current login system to support facebook accounts. implementing fb connect on some themes is quite time consuming and doesn’t always work with the comments system. I think they should make that part of the wordpress core. people just don’t want to register for every new blog. I’d be registering all day long if I did that, and I don’t have time to moderate comment spam all day long. Most I know would rather link their already existing facebook or gmail accounts then even filling in the name, email address and website fields, for not everybody has an email address or a website address, but everyone has a facebook account these days.

    • Tom Coburn (67 comments.) says:

      I mean everyone has an email address but not one they want to share with the world, or even a blog owner, spam harvesters love those and even novies know that



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