Monday, January 15, 2007

labels and post by email


I just applied labels to all my posts, thinking that I could use them to select what is syndicated on planetapache, then I realised that posts from emails won't get any label, so I'll have to log-in and apply labels if I want that to work.

blogger, please can we have default labels for email/mobile posts?


Comments:

Oracle of Hapert said...

I support this request

http://tooh.blogspot.com/2007/04/posting-via-email-to-blogger.html

please don't blog the daisies... said...

any one found a hack to make labels work on email posts?

Frode Klevstul said...
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RipHard said...

i support this request as well!

anything new?

i need to auto-label posts from my mobile and email. sux that it's not possible...

VST said...

Yeah I seem to miss that feature alot. I usually post through email but have to login just to put lables on them. You ignore not putting lables for a while but once you have to, you have to go to each posted item to do the update, slow!!

I support this!

Venky said...

I'm also looking for this feature for long time.

Andrew said...

Agreed, this would be good.

From Gmail, label e-mails before (or after?:-) you post and a Category/label in Outlook, both accompanied with a default "e-mailed" type label.

Likewise for from Mobile/PDA

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