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November 19, 2011
7:39 am
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cyber1
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Hello Admin,

Can you please consider adding these 'BASIC' features to make it a bit easier for us autobloggers (and improve the usability of the product)?

A. Include a 'copy' function in the XML Syndicator screen so we can replicate an existing feed with all of it's options.

B. Number each of the feeds (i.e.; #1,  #2, #3, .. etc) so they appear consecutively in the XML Syndicator screen in the same order we've created them (for ease of tracking).

C. In the CyberSEO 'General Settings' screen; include a 'global' “PHP Code <?php .. ?>” input box that would apply to all feeds (so we don't to repeat this over and over again in each feed).

Also, would you consider having the option to include 'multiple' feeds in each 'rss rule' we set up. So while editing we could add another rss feed. There would be an option to select a single feed at random or sequence in order (or some variant) during each successive run.

regards,

cyber1

November 19, 2011
2:25 pm
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For (A) and (C) can should use the “Alter Default Settings” button. Simple click it and define the default settings (including “PHP Code <?php .. ?>” box contents) for the new feeds.

As about about other suggestions. I'll fink about it.

November 19, 2011
8:14 pm
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Hello Admin,

Glad to hear your open to usability updates..  i think everyone benefits here. So my replies are as follows;

For Item A., “Copy” function the “Alter Default Settings” would get us by, but only limited. Because if there were more ‘global’ options in the future, this could not take the place of a “copying” individual ‘rule’ with all of its settings. (I hope you will consider this for this reason).

For Item C. a  GLOBAL “PHP Code <?php .. ?>” setting (this would apply 1st before the local <php?> is applied), the “Alter Default Setting”, although very great feature, CANNOT take its place.

Because for instance, 2-3 days after a rule is set up, when we want to update the “Global” <php?> sto add another important update, example, additional keyword filters or some other behavior globally, we’d STILL need to go into every rule and update each INDIVIDUALLY. Hoping you understand my reasoning here, this would make a HUGE help in running autoblogs.

I’d like to say this a GREAT PRODUCT and WOULD RECOMMEND to any auto blogger.

 

Sincerely,

cyber1

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