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Due to a bug in Webkit, composing posts in Chrome browsers on certain Android devices has been troublesome over the past week. We released a fix today which resolves this issue.
Today we released a lovely upgrade to the mobile editor, which will open the editor inline instead of on a new page, on both new posts and replies. The experience mirrors that of the desktop editor, and we think you'll love it.
You're here because you're ready to take the plunge and learn more about Kinja 1.2's new discussion system, which we've nicknamed group chats. The purpose of this post is to provide a brief yet thorough overview of how group chats works.
Welcome to Kinja 1.2, the latest platform design from the guys that brought you all past iterations of Kinja! This post will show you how to get around a story page - known as a permalink - in Kinja 1.2.
Welcome to Kinja 1.2, the latest platform design from the guys that brought you all past iterations of Kinja! This post will show you how to get around a blog's home page in Kinja 1.2.
You know that 404 error that you'd sometimes receive when you publish a post or reply? The one that would require a page reload before you could see your published content? We're pretty confident that's been fixed. If you still encounter it after reading this, please let us know.