How to Configure the Email, OpenID and Permissions Settings of your Blogger Blog

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Login to your dashboard and click on “Settings”. Then go to the “Email & Mobile” sub link and click on it. You will be presented with the following option: “Show mobile template”. Click on “Yes” show mobile template on mobile devices. This is to enable mobile users to be able to view your blog on their mobile phones.
You would be asked to choose mobile template amongst which are Default, simple, Awesome Inc., Ethereal, Picture window, Travel, Watermark, Custom. If you don’t know which to choose, simply leave it at “Default” and blogger will use its default template for you.

Next is “Email Notification”: here you have ‘Blogsend Addresses’ and then you have the option of choosing from your contact list (gmail). Just fill in up to 10 addresses, each separated by a Comma. Whenever you publish a new post, it is automatically sent to these addresses. You can also fill them manually if you don’t want to pick from your contact. Always remember to separate them with a comma.

The next 2 options which include “Posting Options” and “Mobile devices” are not necessary for now except you plan to do mobile posting i.e. making your posting through your mobile phone. So leave those places untouched for now. Save your changes and move to the next sub link

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This option enables people with OpenID to login to make comments on your post. In this case you have to adjust your ‘Comment’ setting to allow people with OpenID. If you have trusted sites that should always see your URL, fill them in and save your changes.


Here you have “Blog Authors” which enables you have several permitted authors to write for your blog (up to 100 authors). Fill your choice email addresses into the open box or choose the addresses from your contacts, making sure to separate each address with a comma.

Blog Readers:

You to decide who should read your blog. You have options like: “Anybody, Only people I choose, and Only blog authors. If you choose any other option apart from anybody, it means that they would need to first login before they can read your blog. That would invariably limit the number of your blog readers. Save your changes. We are done with settings configurations.

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