A reframe is a very old feature that was similar to a retweet. A user could repost an existing post with a new hed, body copy, and media. Comments on a reframe were appended to the original post’s comments.
A member list discrepancy on both The Root and The Inventory and their verticals prevented membership changes across both blog groups. The underlying issue has been corrected.
We fixed an issue that would cause the embiggened headline of a published post to revert to the unembiggened state when resaved.
You can now use operators to refine your search results on Kinja. You can use any combination of operators in the search bar or search page.
Generally, the site name in the URL corresponds with the name which should be used when using the blog: search operator. In some cases, the URL does not correspond with the search operator value. Those exceptions are listed below.
The word counter is now displayed in the editor at all times. Previously a keyboard input was required in order for the word counter to appear.
We’ve deployed an updated support portal and ticketing system, powered by Zendesk. This is a more robust and flexible solution that should improve both the self-service support user experience and the efficiency in which Kinja’s support team will receive and resolve support requests.
We have just released the ability to save and continue writing, and recover previously saved versions of a post.