MINI WORK­SHOP | Try the new Word­press mo­bile ed­i­tor Word­ Beta Ed­i­tor: apps.word­­bile

It’s im­por­tant to keep your Word­press blog or web­site up to date. Thanks to the app’s pow­er­ful new beta ed­i­tor, it’s never been eas­ier to edit posts on your phone or tablet, so you can up­date your site from any­where | 10 mins |

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1 Open the Word­press app and when prompted to try the new beta Word­press Ed­i­tor, tap Try It. If you’ve al­ready se­lected Not Now, tap the ac­count but­ton, then App Set­tings. From this list, tap ‘Set ed­i­tor type’ 1 and choose Beta, then tap the Word­press but­ton and select Blog Posts.

2 You can cre­ate a new post or tap Edit next to an ex­ist­ing post to open the beta ed­i­tor. Type some text and a new Undo but­ton 1 ap­pears that lets you undo your changes one step at a time. Tap it to ac­ti­vate the Redo but­ton. 2 Try past­ing a large chunk of text into the new ed­i­tor – you should no­tice it’s pro­cessed much faster than in the pre­vi­ous ver­sion.

3 Scrolling up and down through the text is also much quicker and smoother, and the spellcheck should be more re­li­able. You can now en­ter text us­ing your key­board’s dic­ta­tion func­tion, too. 1 If you no­tice a bug when us­ing the new ed­i­tor, tap Beta, 2 then press the Bug icon to re­port it to Word­press.

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