Introducing: Our New, High-Speed Editor

We’re excited to unveil a faster, more streamlined way to create, share, and manage your content.

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From parents and poets to journalists and politicians, WordPress.com’s publishing tools allow people to make their voices heard.

We have heard your excellent feedback on our interim editor and today, we’re excited to introduce our new editor: a faster, cleaner, and more streamlined way to create posts and pages, and share, promote, and manage content across all your WordPress sites.

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Highlights: instant saving, quick sharing

  • It’s fast, responsive, and allows you to create posts and pages quickly on desktop and mobile devices.
  • Easily manage your posts, whether you run an individual blog or wrangle multiple sites, authors, and posts.
  • Access draft posts with one click so that you can iterate and revise quickly when inspiration strikes.
  • Content is automatically saved, allowing you to focus and write — free of distraction.
  • Drag and drop photos, music files, documents, and videos right into your post or page.
  • Tags, categories, and sharing tools are at your fingertips, so you can make your content easier to find in the WordPress.com Reader and across your social networks.
  • Scheduling is a breeze with the revamped post calendar.
  • It’s available for self-hosted WordPress.org sites, too! Just install the Jetpack plugin and activate Manage.

A big thank you

We love that you’re passionate about WordPress.com, and most importantly, that you share that passion with us. If you’ve got feedback about the latest editor updates, we’d be grateful if you’d take a moment to share it with us in our support forum.


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  1. theambivert123

    Love the new editor 😊

    Liked by 15 people

  2. JenT

    Creating Galleries is so much more intuitive with the new interface that I can hardly contain myself. Yippee!🙂 Thanks for all you do for us.

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  3. avvocatolo

    Wooooooow😀

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  4. tedstrutz

    I made a post on my photoblog this morning and saw this editor for the first time… I thought “what the hell is this?”. It is Great! Loved the design and ease of use, looking forward to using on my writing blog, as adding pics was a bit of a pain sometimes. Thanks WordPress.

    Kat… Iterate… I’m impressed.

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  5. Brittany Boyce

    I like the new editor – but I wonder…where did the spell check go?

    Liked by 8 people

  6. shandelfaith

    I like it, but how do you save as a draft now?

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  7. Sue Fagalde Lick

    I was surprised by the new editor when I went to post today, but I like it. Lots of great new features. Thanks.

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  8. cathyo

    Just used the new editor. I like it!

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  9. Tony Burgess

    It looks cool. Very speedy.

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  10. minkaslife

    Wow, this is amazing! Is it available on phone platforms or only on pc and laptop platforms? 😃

    Liked by 1 person

  11. shandelfaith

    I saw after 6 minutes it first saved there was a save button, i didnt notice the save button before then.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. happyface313

    🙂 I have a self hosted blog and Jetpack is installed – do I need to do anything? So far I have not received an update notice.
    Thanks for your help!🙂

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  13. Mara

    Thank you, super🙂🙂

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  14. Caryl Dierksen

    I just used it and love it. Thank you!

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  15. Gradmama2011

    Man… talk about cutting edge… the new editor streamlined right in as I was using it. Really. I think I’ll love it, it sure looks good so far. I’ll take it for a test drive later on. 🙂

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  16. Dean

    Love the new editor! Just used it for the first time and had absolutely no hassles with it! Thank you so much WP for an editor that doesn’t suck!!!😀

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  17. Margie

    Good news – Beep beep boop is gone – that tells you how fast this editor is!

    Liked by 4 people

  18. IAmDonovan

    Where was this last night when my draft disappeared when my internet crashed and rebooted itself without giving me a warning!

    Liked by 2 people

  19. shofarchic

    The only thing I see that I don’t like is under Categories, I can only see one that I’ve chosen, not all of the categories that I’ve chosen. That doesn’t work well for me. I need to be able to see if I included the correct categories, not just a total number above.

    Liked by 8 people

  20. Nanou

    I’ve just used it for my Monday post and I like it very much. Thanks to the team!

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Andrew Rainaldi

    It looks good! On a somewhat related note, I have difficulty copying and pasting text. Any chance that will be fixed soon?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sheri

      Copying and pasting content from other sources such as web pages or other apps like Word or Evernote can sometimes pull in unwanted underlying html code with it. When this happens, the editor does the best it can to interpret the html pasted in. If you are having trouble, you can try using the “Paste as text” option in the 2nd row of icons in the editor toolbar and then format your text inside the editor from there.

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  22. aranislandgirl

    How can you get a word count? I just couldn’t figure it out🙂 Would love if anyone could advise me. Thanks.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. littlemisswordy

    This is great! Thank you!

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  24. Margie

    Where did the search feature go so that I can create links to my past posts? It’s still there in the old editor but gone in the new editor.

    Liked by 5 people

  25. aranislandgirl

    It’s nice, I’ll figure it out eventually. Could you install an ‘are you sure you want to publish?’ query so accidental hits don’t shoot off. Same as ‘are you sure you want to trash?’ option. Just makes sense. Thanks.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Sheri

      This is not a common request as I recall, but I will add it to our suggestion list.

      Liked by 6 people

      • aranislandgirl

        I have only personally hit it twice by accident but do know of others who have as well. When you do it once, there is always the memory and worry of repeating the mistake. I’d be curious to see a poll of how many bloggers have hit it, how many times, and if they would like the option to be asked. Perhaps some would find it annoying to have to push a confirm button, but then there could also be a ‘don’t ask me again option’. I have great ideas with no notion of the work involved in seeing them through! 😀 Sorry if that makes me annoying!! Thanks again for adding it to the suggestion list. Cheers, Melissa

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  26. ismailimail

    Please let us move the settings panel to the right.

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  27. dandelionsalad

    I have no intention on using a less-functional & too-blue editor however “new and high speed” it claims to be.

    Thank you to WP for keeping the classic editor with all its functions available to us who enjoy using it.

    Liked by 24 people

  28. jenniferrzasa

    Is there a way to sort my Media Library by month, like in the old editor?

    Liked by 5 people

  29. worldfusionchicago

    Thank you, please include the option for the sticky post and Alt text for images.

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    • Sheri

      You should be able to find the sticky option by clicking the arrow and text just above the Preview button.

      To add alt text for an image, click the “Add Media” button then click the “Edit” icon that appears at the top right of each image when you hover over it. From there, fill out the “Alt text” field before clicking “Insert” to add the image to your post.

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  30. Deli Lanoux, Ed.D.

    Outdoing yourselves again, are you? Kudos!

    Liked by 1 person

  31. ninagrandiose

    No spell check? For me, a very huge oversight. I can’t spell for beens.

    Liked by 3 people

  32. tootlepedal

    It works much worse for me than the previous version as after a while I can’t insert an image and then get the cursor to appear underneath it. I can’t give titles to my pictures as I enter them. The media library takes an age to appear when I click on the button. I daresay that I will get used to it and us old fashioned people working with desktop computers will just have to bow the knee to phone posters.

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  33. charliefox25

    I’m a rael idoit and I neeed a spell chekc. Pleese update it and inclued it. Thak you.

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  34. SMcKP

    Thanks for being awesome.

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  35. Parveen Sabharwal

    Commendable indeed and every fresh thought gets into reality by WordPress so soon.

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  36. techwpd

    awesome

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  37. impossiblebebong

    How can we edit the size of the image to fit our blogs? Before, we can choose between small, medium, large or custom size.

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    • Sheri

      If you click on an image inside the editor, you will see -/+ icons appear in an image toolbar. Those icons will cycle the sizes between thumbnail, medium, large, and full sizes. You can change the preset images sizes in WP Admin > Settings > Media if you need to adjust the default size settings. And you can click the handles on the image and drag to resize if you’d prefer to size the image that way.

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  38. Andrea M

    It’s great – thank you! But, how do you easily add a link to a previous post? Before, we could select a post from a drop down list, now we have to copy and paste the actual link… ??

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  39. Jonathan

    The new editor is awesome, but if i could add one feature it would be the capability to send the post to someone for feedback before it is published. I currently have to edit my draft in the old WP Admin editor to do this…Thanks!

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  40. Ersoy TOPTAS

    OMG , very good .. !!!! Thanks

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  41. sunrose24

    I need help! I’ve never made a blog before, can someone help me?

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  42. metromoviestar

    I use my blog to post hi-res scans of pictures for my readers. In the past, when I post a picture “full size”, it has appeared smaller in the body of my post but my readers can then click on it, it opens in a new window and the can click on the picture again to blow it up to the full, huge size. That option appears to be gone as is my ability to state what size I want pictures to be. All of my previous posts still work the way they are supposed to. I am hoping there’s a way around this, as this is one of the main features of my blog—-please help, and thank you so much!🙂

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    • Sheri

      Click the image after it is inserted then click the link icon in the edit toolbar. The link field will be pre-filled with the original image URL.

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  43. ivan7945

    I cannot drag and drop images anymore😦

    Liked by 1 person

  44. W.H Winegarden

    My questionable typing skills miss the spell checker… I know the browser has one, but what is the point of a blogging platform without the most basic tools. 10/10 for snazzyness, 5/10 for usefulness.

    Liked by 4 people

  45. izabolinha

    Ah! now that I finally had learned how to get around😉
    Hope this Turtle head can learn fast enough and that my oldish laptop will not find the new editor too “high-speed” for its capacities. But I can see how it might be easier and better for posting from phones🙂 And no spell check ? ups… just sent out a post😉

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  46. susurrus

    I confess to being horrified when I spotted the changes to the WP Admin version of the editor (with only one editing mode) as I never enjoyed using the interim editor. The new version seemed much better from a first look, and coped well with editing a draft post I’m mid way through.
    It seems to provide a live preview of the post. My biggest reason to celebrate is that it made it easy to spot and remove the weird spurious spaces that often creep into my posts and force some lines to break too early when I’ve spent too much time editing the text.
    I can see from comments above that it is still WIP and I am sure there will be a few features I’ll miss in the short term (link search etc), but I just wanted to say ‘thanks’.

    Liked by 3 people

  47. Dennis N. Santana

    Whatever happened to the distraction-free writing feature?

    Liked by 1 person

  48. Ray Laskowitz

    Please just leave me the old version. The so-called interim editor is not picture friendly. I doubt this one will be either. The longer I struggle with your “new” tools, the more I realize that WordPress is designed for writers, not photographers.

    Liked by 5 people

  49. A. Perez

    I liked the new way of writing. It’s easier to navigate with. Great job! Thanks!

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  50. practicalbydefault

    Interesting, Thanks for adding something new. I type most of my posts in a word document, so the spell check is nbd at the moment, it will be nice when it’s added. I can see lots of potential although I hope I can continue to use the wp-admin edit? Please? lol

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  51. Loretta

    Looks good, but could you also please add the undo button?

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    • Sheri

      There are undo and redo buttons in the second row of icons, just like in WP Admin editor. Click the “Toggle Advanced” icon on the right side of the edit toolbar to see the second row.

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      • Tina's Faerie Files

        Was there a reason for not just leaving the second row in rather than having it as an advanced feature. It’s only one more click so no big deal but I was just wondering why the second row isn’t just there?

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        • Sheri

          To save space and to put the less-often-used features out of sight unless/until they are needed. The editor toolbar “Toggle Advanced” option is sticky—meaning if you toggle the view, it should stay that way the next time you open a post for editing.

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  52. jnyyz

    I also miss the ability to adjust the size of pictures, as well as the ability to link to prior posts on my own blog. Can I get back to the old editor?

    Liked by 3 people

    • Sheri

      You can adjust image size by clicking on an image after it is inserted and then using the -/+ icons. Clicking those will cycle through the preset image sizes: thumbnail, medium, large, and full. There are two editors currently available: the WP Admin editor or the new WordPress.com editor.

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  53. lamiadrakaina

    Missing edit option on images [media] to select what they point to [how do I make an image clickable now??]

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    • Sheri

      Click on the image after it has been inserted, and then click on the link icon in the edit toolbar.

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      • lamiadrakaina

        Earlier it would pop up in the edit window for an image, I think it was more intuitive and streamlined, besides while it’s ok to add link to some url, how do I add link to the large image itself or it’s attachment page?

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        • Sheri

          A quick way to link to a different size of an image would be to add a query string such as ?w=600 (or a size you choose) to the end of the linked image URL. I’m sorry but linking to an attachment page was not included—your mention of it here is the first feedback I’ve seen about that so far. If you have additional technical questions, please post in our forums.

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  54. Santhi Paruchuri

    Dear Mrs. Sheri,
    Can you please tell me where I can find the word count on my page or blog? I really appreciated it when I had to save a draft, and it would tell me how many words I have wrote but now I can’t. Overall, I really do like the new updated WordPress, 10/10! I would recommend to anyone one needs to get a website publish or a blog.
    Sincerely,
    Santhi Paruchuri [author of ilovelittlelibraries.wordpress.com]

    Liked by 2 people

    • Sheri

      Word count is not included in the new editor yet. If you need to see a word count, you may use the old editor by adding /wp-admin to the end of your home page URL and using the links on the left to navigate to your posts.

      [UPDATE: word count has now been added.]

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  55. Jean

    Honest, it was just easier to me, to us the wp-admin edit with the Visual Editor add on toolbar.

    I’ve been blogging with wp.com for last 5 years.

    I tried the Fast new Editor and found I was wasting too time with ie. left justify photos and getting the text to wrap around. Frustrating since it didn’t seem intuitive to me. A videoclip would be useful.

    But back to the Visual Editor in the previous wp.com administration, will it come back?

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    • Sheri

      Here is a quick video for that: https://cloudup.com/chgmZNewyxq

      But back to the Visual Editor in the previous wp.com administration, will it come back?

      I believe you are referring to a but in the WP Admin editor that happened earlier today but has since been fixed.

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      • Jean

        Thank you for all this, Sheri! Some of us like blogging just in the comfort of a wider text screen space and like the current double tool bars and toggling to html just fine. (I don’t use html.)

        I’m happy. And WordPress.com bloggers now even more choices how to edit/blog.🙂

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      • Jean

        Just wanted to add, about distraction free etc.: Some of us have jobs that require us to work with far more complex software, so never underestimate a block of bloggers who are like me who like having all buttons and features 1 screen in my face.

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  56. Jean

    Where is the button to change colour of font text? I don’t use html code and hope not to be forced for something like that.

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  57. Lyagushka (Meirav)

    Yay! As someone who really struggled with the interim editor and kept using the old one, I’m very pleased to say I tried the new one and am very impressed! Though I’d like to add my voice to those crying out for the ability to search for old posts and easily link to them – this is a feature I’ve used often and I do hope it will be added soon. Otherwise – it’s looking good!

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  58. lilleviluv

    I really don’t like this new format, but I guess I’ll deal with it. I can’t do any of the things I could with the other one.

    Liked by 1 person

  59. dadsnook

    One important feature I submit every year or so is: Establish categories in the Media Library so that often used (repeats) images can be more easily accessed. Otherwise we have to search back through pages of prior images, or re-copy images from our files — this takes up more storage space on WordPress.

    Liked by 3 people

  60. cyndilenz

    How do we post videos and tweets?

    Liked by 1 person

  61. David Spira

    I love the new editor.

    I also miss the word counter. I see that you’ve already addressed that in the comments, but I want to second the request that it be added. Thanks. Y’all are great.

    Liked by 2 people

  62. Randall A. Golden

    …no HTML toolbar?

    Liked by 3 people

  63. joshi daniel

    That automatic saving as draft thing is so useful!

    Liked by 1 person

  64. Stacey Ann

    It’s okay but I prefer it the way it was!

    Liked by 4 people

  65. selfhelpapedia

    Add spell check. It was more than an oversight; it was a costly error.

    Liked by 1 person

  66. Sara

    The whole photo/media thing is kind of freaking me out. If I have to “upload” my photos to WordPress will that affect the space I use more than before? I’m really confused about that part of the new editor.

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  67. rtrube54

    Overall, I like the new editor. Is there a way to preview in a separate tab like the old editor so I can toggle back and forth without closing the preview? Also, I miss the word count.

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    • Sheri

      There is! After you click preview, click the icon that looks like a box with an arrow in it. Or you can Command-Click or Control-Click on the Preview button directly as a shortcut.

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  68. dhenztm

    I like this update, everything seems to look cleaner. I like that the category list is back, the auto saving, and the ease of editing the post URL, but most of all is the improved calendar as most of my posts are scheduled. What I’m badly missing though is the list of old post when invoking the Add URL. It was a great time-saver to linking previous posts and now we’d have to go elsewhere just to get that URL.

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  69. Keith Noakes

    How can I link to previous posts?

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    • Sheri

      In the short term, you will need to browse to the link on your blog and copy it manually. Adding link search is a planned future update.

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  70. Hilary

    I’m wondering why the spell check/grammar editor is gone and I really relied on the word count which is also gone. Also, no more full screen view? The new look is fine and I appreciate the auto save, but I must admit as a semi new user this change really shook me up.

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  71. Kristine

    Is there a way to make it so the left column doesn’t slowly disappear under the save section as I scroll down? Being static in the previous version was really convenient. Also, will we get the photo image size selections, link search and templates back?

    Liked by 3 people

    • Sheri

      There currently isn’t a way to change how the left sidebar moves under the save section, but I will make a note of your suggestions. You can resize images by clicking on the -/+ icons on the image toolbar after the image has been inserted. Link search is a planned update.

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  72. Tish

    Reblogged this on Tish Briseno and commented:
    Something super exciting happened at work today…

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  73. Shirley

    Very good editor, intuitive and smooth. Thank you!

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  74. http://vivinfrance.wordpress.com

    I’ve hated the last load of changes esp the beep beep boop, the strange way of adding categories etc, so have stuck to the old way, even though it is infuriating when it cuts line spaces so that sometimes it takes 3 or 4 attempts to get it laid out as I wanted it. Poetry is the main content of my blog and the inability to indent without going through the hotmail rigmarole drives me demented! Why can’t spaces I put in stay where they’re put?

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  75. Chaitanya

    Very glad that this spanking new Editor is available for all of us to use. Thanks a lot WordPress.com.

    Liked by 1 person

  76. natashalpu

    Very happy with the new editor. It is so much easier to use now🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  77. GS

    What happened to password protected private posting??!! And what happened to saving as a draft only??!! I need those things!!

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  78. Grace @ Cultural Life

    I can’t wait to try out the new editor. It sounds great!🙂

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  79. gossip4jesus

    The new editor is slooooowww. The typing box isn’s as wide as before, this makes it difficult to edit my work and sort out images in the text. Also there’s no spell check or word count. I used to be able to see the word count, now it’s gone. Please if you can’t restore the old version, at least give us the option to choose between the two. We understand you worked hard on this, but no point fixing what wasn’t broken. please. I’m really frustrated right now trying to use this editor. I had to copy my work into Microsoft word and arrange it there which is taking double time now.

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  80. wolfworx

    I think Sheri needs an award for her patience. I am keen to try the new editor out now.

    Liked by 3 people

  81. amakvitaa

    Nice to know that wordpress.com is still interested in updates.

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  82. lensaddiction

    I link to my Flickr images by pasting their URL in the URL image load field – that is working.

    What ISNT WORKING as far as I can find, is I used to be able to add in a second link to a larger size of the file and post a caption to ask readers to click on the image to view a big size – as a photographer and digital artist its important that the fine detail be made available to viewers.

    That functionality to add the link to the larger size appears to be gone completely – its not there when add the image and its not an option when you go in to edit once its in your post

    BRING THIS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sheri

      That function is already there. Click on an image in the editor, then click the link icon in the edit toolbar to add a link. The URL for the original image will be pre-filled.

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  83. mygallery2013

    I really like the new design but I have one complaint. I noticed the toolbar for the editor disappears when you are typing a long post. It would be nice if it could float to allow you to access options like inserting media even at the bottom of your post. At the moment have to scroll up to the top before I can access these.
    Thanks for the nice interface.🙂

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  84. Росэн

    Seems decent enough, we’ll see how it works in the long run. Thanks.

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  85. Ruth2Day

    Yep, seems pretty good, but also would like the spellchecker for those daft moments when my fingers and brain are working against each other.

    Liked by 1 person

  86. Allison M.

    Could you please re-add some sort of indicator to the editor confirming the post has been saved/published/edited? That’s another thing I really enjoyed with the old editor but can’t now.

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  87. okcspike

    Really sucks. Can not longer “copy and paste” I am canceling WordPess

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  88. kyomoncraft

    I love this new editor !🙂 yes!

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  89. Andreas Moser

    No, no, no! Can I please use the old editor?

    I just tried using the new one for the first time. After choosing some categories, I can’t add more, but I also can’t see which ones are chose. It just says “3 categories”, but not which ones and the list doesn’t appear anymore.
    Terrible.
    I had to abort and start the whole process from scratch.

    I am a paying user and a journalist. I would really appreciate if you don’t change working and functioning features every few months, without asking and without any warning even.
    It worked very well before.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Sheri

      Thank you for the specific feedback about categories. This is something we will look into. Journalists are great writers, and it’s really cool to have you here at WordPress.com!

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      • Andreas Moser

        Unfortunately this new format looks like it’s geared towards people who publish photos and videos or only short pieces of text, not for long-form writers.
        If WordPress will become another Facebook or Twitter or Instagram, it will lose its justification to exist.

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        • Sheri

          WordPress is geared toward publishing, including long-form writing—its goal is to democratize publishing.

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          • Andreas Moser

            Given that I criticized the lack of user involvement in the constant changes, the buzzword of “democratization” sounds rather ironic.🙂

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          • Sheri

            You are mixing up what that is about, democratizing publishing is about giving everyone a place to have their voice heard online—giving that to journalists like yourself, for example. It’s more about writing than it is about being involved in the process of making the software (a separate subject).

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  90. Troubled Illusions

    Is there no ‘proof read writing’ option???

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  91. Headphone Commute

    The HTML Toolbar needs to come back. With this update, you have basically “removed” previously available features with no roll-back capability. I know that the WYSIWYG editor is the preferred way for the larger audience, but for some of us, control freaks, a way to insert an image and/or URL using the toolbar is an important part of our workflow.

    Also, how come this didn’t go through a UAT and was just dropped on us, unlike the previous “Beep Beep Boop” editor which was optional. Would have been nice to have an RFC period for a few months before the roll out.

    Not trying to be critical here – but I would think this is the type of feedback you would have received during the beta stage.

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  92. Andrew

    So. Much. Better. Love the preview function, too.

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  93. amanpan

    I love it, once I got used to it. The automatic save is a great feature. I had to get used to the paragraph feature. It seems hitting the enter button doesn’t create a paragraph. The media portion is a lot easier as you can size the over all look of your saved media. I miss word count and spell check. I have to copy and paste in Word to check. Other than that, I think it is great.

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  94. altarandwell

    My biggest peeve about the new editor – there is no inside text scroller…I now have to STOP typing go to the window scroller and manually set the text window back into view. The old scroller would move text as you typed so you can keep typing…this getting stuck at the bottom of the page is annoying!!!

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  95. Rachel T

    I’m so glad someone mentioned here that you can still get classic editor! I’ve struggled with new editor ever since it first changed – I don’t want to write HTML but like the amount of control you get with classic editor. The new editor took away even more of the features I was still using – permanently back to classic for me.

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  96. kithylouise

    I have been looking for the SAVE DRAFT for almost an hour!!!!! Someone please tell me how I can save my draft with the new editor. Am lost seriously.

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  97. Eclectic_One

    …and the world continues to ‘speed’ up…Great job!

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  98. Kissikookki

    Looking absolutely great, but I really need and miss the word count.

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  99. pari617

    Oh I loved it!

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  100. Incle Babies

    Looks good, but this make me can’t pin my posts T^T. I have a theme that emphasize on pinned posts so I hope you include it fast.

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