Chrysanth WebStory is a desktop blog management software that helps you manage and back up multiple blogs, Twitter, Picasa and Flickr accounts easily.Through WebStory, you may be able to remotely manage your blog posts, including publish new posts or pages, edit/ delete published posts or pages. You may even set a timer to publish your post or even Twitter messages. Twitter messages that exceed 140 character limits may also be converted into images automatically upon publishing. Supported blog servers and blog services include Facebook, BlogSpot.com, WordPress.com, TypePad.com, LiveJournal.com, WordPress blog server, MovableType, Drupal, Nucleus and many other blog servers and services.
You may be able to write your entire new post offline with WebStory, and format your content nicely without any HTML knowledge. Inserting images from your computer is also a snap. When everything is done, just one click will get your post and images published to you blog immediately.Another benefit is that, when your ideas are flowing while you are on the move, you may also post a twit to your Twitter account via your mobile devices, which may then be synchronized back to WebStory when you are back to your desktop. Vice versa, you may also post your new ideas anytime via WebStory back to your Twitter account, just to get yourself organized, or to prepare for your next blog post.Additionally, if you are maintaining a photo blog, then WebStory's web album support such as Flickr and Picasa will surely come in handy. You may publish and back up your photos to photo sharing sites or your own blogs easily.
For those who manage multiples blogs, WebStory's capability to manage and synchronize multiple blogs concurrently will help you to be more productive and enjoy blogging more than ever. With a single click, you can easily publish to multiple blogs, or perform regular backup on all the online blogs, miroblogs as well as web albums.
What's new in this version:
Version 5.4 includes:
- [New] Greatly optimized the speed of Blog Editor when loading and saving articles with many pictures.
- [New] Now WebStory will extract @ mentions inside blog post or long tweet and place it in the header section before publishing to Twitter.
- [Change] Publishing long tweets to Twitter with large photo attachment will cause the text message difficult to read with the default image size.
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