- Third Party Applications
WordPress.com allows you to connect with third-party applications that extend your WordPress.com site in new and cool ways.
This is done in a secure fashion so you can revoke and manage access to your account at any time and third party sites will not need your password.
- Offline Editing
There are several desktop applications which you can use to write and publish content for your WordPress.com blog, even without being connected to the internet. You may often hear this referred to as “offline editing”.
Wufoo embeds are supported on WordPress.com. For step by step instructions please take a look at this support doc.
iChat is an instant messaging application that makes it easy to stay in touch with friends and family using text and video. Setting up iChat Open the Preferences window by pressing ⌘, (command + comma) or clicking Preferences in the iChat menu. On the Accounts page, in the lower left-hand corner, click the + button. […]
- Two Step Authentication
Your WordPress.com site is your home on the internet, and you want to keep that home safe. Hopefully, you’ve already chosen a unique and hard-to-crack password for your account. To add another layer of home security, you can now enable Two Step Authentication — a second step to the log-in process that no one but […]
- Flickr Photos
Flickr is a web-based photo management application which allows users to upload, organize and share their favorite photos. It takes care of your image resizing, allows you to tag your photos, and even enables notes and comments to be submitted on each photo by visitors. What’s more, with just a few clicks, you can post […]
Psi is a free instant messaging application designed for the XMPP network. Setting up Psi Open the Account Setup window by clicking it in the General menu. Enter any name you want for the new account, then click Add. Fill out the Account page this way: Jabber ID: enter your WordPress.com user name followed by […]
- Google Calendar
Google Calendar is a free calendar application that makes it easy to keep track of life’s important events all in one place. You can embed a Google Calendar into your WordPress.com blog by following the steps in this support document, and you can also embed it into your sidebar.
- Making a screenshot
A screenshot is an image that captures what appears on your computer screen. Screenshots can come in handy when trying to explain something to Support, or if you want to blog about something you’ve seen on your computer screen. No matter what operating system you use, you can make a screenshot in just a few steps. Windows […]
- VideoPress share options
VideoPress makes video playback and sharing a simple experience for your viewers through our default sharing options. Using the share links your viewers will be able to easily download and embed your videos. Disabling Sharing Publishers may turn off sharing by default for new videos on the media settings page or they can control their […]