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antedeluvian
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Re: Let's Add the Writer's Name to the Article Headline.
antedeluvian   2/21/2014 2:03:18 PM
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You can sort of do this now. Click on the author's name beneath the title of the article. In most cases this will take you to the profile of the blogger (or even commenter, like yourself). Then select "Content by xxxx"". For better or worse this will show you all the content by the said person, but the blogs themselves are quite obvious in the list. I bookmark this URL in order to follow a particular person. One other drawback is that it only lists by month, so to scan through all the content for an extended period can be quite tedious especially if you are looking for a partucular article. I suppose you can use the search in this case.

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Let's Add the Writer's Name to the Article Headline.
BobsView   2/21/2014 11:27:18 AM
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I enjoy reading articles by certain writers, but it's very difficult to find them.  Why not add the writer's name to the headline so it makes it easy to go right to them.

For example:  A Great News Article, by John Doe

Just a suggestion.

 



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