Welcome to Your New WU

By: Michelle Schlachta , 5:25 PM GMT on April 15, 2014

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Your experience and feedback are what truly power this site and have helped to shape the redesign you see today. To make it happen, our product teams and developers have spent time with the Weather Underground community getting direct feedback through in-person interviews, video chats, phone calls, emails, surveys, blog comments - addressing issues and concerns any way they can.

Now, let’s address a principle we can all relate to. Change. It doesn’t always feel good. Sometimes it’s pretty uncomfortable. Most people don’t like it, at first. There will certainly be some growing pains post-launch. We will continue testing, monitoring, asking and listening throughout this process. This redesign is only one change. We will never be “finished” improving Weather Underground to better suit your needs. We have been, and will always be, committed to that mission. Change is good. It helps us to evolve and learn. Change leads to better things.

Here is a summary of changes that we made based on specific feedback from the community:

“Your website looks seriously outdated.” - On this point, we couldn’t agree with you more. So, we removed boxes, gradients, and other outdated web design principles in favor of a more open, flat design. (Learn more about the design process behind the new WU on our Site Redesign page).

“WU isn’t optimized for mobile or touch devices. Lame.” - A responsive framework has been implemented so that you see the same info regardless of device or browser size. Everything is also touch-compatible so both tablet and phone users can get full interaction.

“The city page is too cluttered and confusing. Ahh, my eyes!” - To address this we consolidated the data based on type - current conditions, forecast, etc. so that you don’t have to “hunt and peck” through the city page to find what you’re looking for. We also consolidated duplicated data and removed unnecessary items to shorten the page.

Thank you for offering your feedback during the beta phase as well. This resulted in additional improvements made to the new city page and many other areas across the site. We have come a long way, and couldn’t have done it without you.

Visit Classic Wunderground to take a trip down memory lane. To leave feedback for the product team, visit our Feedback Forum.

Please let us know how you think we’re doing.

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93. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
7:10 PM GMT on May 19, 2014
sensitivethug has created a new entry.
92. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
12:53 PM GMT on May 18, 2014
I have changed the coding of this website using a program called stylish, an add-on for chrome and firefox

If anyone want to use it and does not mind the green background/red-brown comment box theme, the website address is http://userstyles.org/styles/101274/weather-underg round-green
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91. BriarCraft
5:38 AM GMT on May 18, 2014
Because of all the difficulties and design deficiencies of NUWU, my latest blog is dedicated to User Tips and workarounds. If you need help using NUWU or have some tips and tricks to share, please stop by.
http://www.wunderground.com/blog/BriarCraft/comme nt.html?entrynum=74
- or -
http://classic.wunderground.com/blog/BriarCraft/c omment.html?entrynum=74
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90. LongIslandBeaches
2:33 PM GMT on May 08, 2014
Quoting 89. sensitivethug:

If changing the comment filter isn't working, try refreshing the page and/or logging out and back in after making any changes. That may set things straight.



Success! Thank you all.
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89. Michelle Schlachta , Community Manager (Admin)
8:12 PM GMT on May 07, 2014
Quoting 88. LongIslandBeaches:



Ironically, yes, I had to click on the "eyeball" icon to see this post. Thank you for your great info - I only noticed the comments being filtered once I officially signed up for an account here. I'll try to switch to the classic filter, then switch back and see if it holds. Otherwise.. I'd need additional help. :)

EDIT: I found the filter in "NUWU" as you say, and switched it to "Display All." Nothing changed, so that didn't work, I still had to click on the eyeball icon to view some posts.
If changing the comment filter isn't working, try refreshing the page and/or logging out and back in after making any changes. That may set things straight.
88. LongIslandBeaches
7:09 PM GMT on May 07, 2014
Quoting 87. Barefootontherocks:

Many of the oldtime bloggers show up that way - lol. That is, their comments don't show up unless your filter is set to "show below average" or "show all." This goes back to the old "minus the people you don't like and don't agree with wars."

Admin has eliminated the neg button on the new site and may someday choose to eliminate the unfair accumulation of negs that happened over previous years. Till then, if you adjust your comment filter to "show all" you'll see all comments except for the handles you have on ignore.

Not sure how to access the comment filter in NUWU. The comment filter in classic wu is located just above the comments on any blog you are in.

Of course, you may not be able to see this, lol, because my comments don't show unless your filter is set to show below average or show all.


Ironically, yes, I had to click on the "eyeball" icon to see this post. Thank you for your great info - I only noticed the comments being filtered once I officially signed up for an account here. I'll try to switch to the classic filter, then switch back and see if it holds. Otherwise.. I'd need additional help. :)

EDIT: I found the filter in "NUWU" as you say, and switched it to "Display All." Nothing changed, so that didn't work, I still had to click on the eyeball icon to view some posts.
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87. Barefootontherocks
2:23 PM GMT on May 07, 2014
Quoting LongIslandBeaches:
I've been using WU for years - it is my favorite go-to weather site, especially for severe weather info, the blog posts from Dr. Masters, and the responses from the knowledgable community. I'm also really enjoying the new format, I think it looks sleek and sophisticated and certainly is "modernized" from the classic version.

The one issue I'm seeing so far that I cannot find any reference to is the fact that most responses in the blogs appear normally, while a few require clicking on the "eyeball" icon to reveal the text. It seems to be random, but replies from users "auburn" and "tazmanian" seem to have their responses hidden most often. Any idea why? Is there a setting I can select to show all responses from all members?

Thanks for the hard work on this site.
Many of the oldtime bloggers show up that way - lol. That is, their comments don't show up unless your filter is set to "show below average" or "show all." This goes back to the old "minus the people you don't like and don't agree with wars."

Admin has eliminated the neg button on the new site and may someday choose to eliminate the unfair accumulation of negs that happened over previous years. Till then, if you adjust your comment filter to "show all" you'll see all comments except for the handles you have on ignore.

Not sure how to access the comment filter in NUWU. The comment filter in classic wu is located just above the comments on any blog you are in.

Of course, you may not be able to see this, lol, because my comments don't show unless your filter is set to show below average or show all.
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86. LongIslandBeaches
1:47 PM GMT on May 07, 2014
I've been using WU for years - it is my favorite go-to weather site, especially for severe weather info, the blog posts from Dr. Masters, and the responses from the knowledgable community. I'm also really enjoying the new format, I think it looks sleek and sophisticated and certainly is "modernized" from the classic version.

The one issue I'm seeing so far that I cannot find any reference to is the fact that most responses in the blogs appear normally, while a few require clicking on the "eyeball" icon to reveal the text. It seems to be random, but replies from users "auburn" and "tazmanian" seem to have their responses hidden most often. Any idea why? Is there a setting I can select to show all responses from all members?

Thanks for the hard work on this site.
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85. Michelle Schlachta , Community Manager (Admin)
11:51 PM GMT on May 06, 2014
Quoting 79. JohnstownGuy:

I really like the new design. I was concerned at some point during the beta phase that we'd be losing information in the interest of improved appearance, but that concern has turned out to be unfounded. In fact, the information I need/want is still all there, easily accessible, and in several ways, much enhanced. So thank you!

With regard to the mobile app (iPad), it would be nice if it had an "alert" capacity, and also storm tracking.

Now a comment totally unrelated to the redesign. I've been using WU for many years, and have been a subscriber for most of that time. One thing I have always noticed is that WU consistently under reports precipitation in my area (Johnstown, PA). I have my own rain gauge, and also used to be affiliated with the local water authority. The water authority has a rain gauge at each of its facilities, and produces a daily and monthly average of all of its sites. When compared with WU, both my own private gauge and the water authority's records have consistently shown significantly more precipitation. If it were only my own gauge, I would chalk that up to one location versus another, but when I have access to 7 locations scattered over a fairly wide area, I would say that your source is not particularly accurate.
Thanks for the feedback. Push Alerting is in our roadmap for the WunderMap app, and our product team is in the planning stages. As for Storm Tracks, we are aware of a bug where tapping on it doesn't bring up anything, which we are planning to fix.
84. Michelle Schlachta , Community Manager (Admin)
9:51 PM GMT on May 06, 2014
Quoting 83. Fieldofflowers:

Why are the photos so small? I had to check my own photos and sure enough it looks like photos got scaled down to only about 400 pixels wide or even smaller. That was instead of the 800 wide pixels of the classic or the larger pics from when the site update just started. Seems something got changed. Bummer. I guess back to the classic view for photo viewing!

Okay If I right click the image and view it in another tab, then I can see the full size, but that's very annoying.

On and I am still having the issue being logged out every other photo. Also trouble adding photos to my favorites. An error pops up saying I am not a photo member even if I am logged in.
Hi Fieldofflowers - the best way to get help with technical issues is to visit our support center at http://help.wunderground.com/. Click the "Contact Support" button, on the upper right-hand side of the page, and fill out the form (adding as much description as you can). Someone from our support team will contact you with assistance. You can also send an email to help@wunderground.com.
83. Fieldofflowers
10:41 AM GMT on May 06, 2014
Why are the photos so small? I had to check my own photos and sure enough it looks like photos got scaled down to only about 400 pixels wide or even smaller. That was instead of the 800 wide pixels of the classic or the larger pics from when the site update just started. Seems something got changed. Bummer. I guess back to the classic view for photo viewing!

Okay If I right click the image and view it in another tab, then I can see the full size, but that's very annoying.

On and I am still having the issue being logged out every other photo. Also trouble adding photos to my favorites. An error pops up saying I am not a photo member even if I am logged in.
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82. BoldenShowers
1:13 AM GMT on May 06, 2014
I really like the new 10-day weather graph. It has a lot of information and is easy to read. Keep the innovation flowing!
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81. Kend29
12:17 PM GMT on May 05, 2014
I generally like the new design, especially the graphic forecast. I have been tracking the wind and rain forecasts closely recently because of their influence on a student project I sponsor and have noticed that the temperature and precipitations have been fairly accurate, but the wind forecasts have been consistently about 5mph higher than the actual occurrence. It shows up as a discontinuity at the current time. Is this likely to be a persistent characteristic of the prediction process?
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79. JohnstownGuy
12:24 PM GMT on May 02, 2014
I really like the new design. I was concerned at some point during the beta phase that we'd be losing information in the interest of improved appearance, but that concern has turned out to be unfounded. In fact, the information I need/want is still all there, easily accessible, and in several ways, much enhanced. So thank you!

With regard to the mobile app (iPad), it would be nice if it had an "alert" capacity, and also storm tracking.

Now a comment totally unrelated to the redesign. I've been using WU for many years, and have been a subscriber for most of that time. One thing I have always noticed is that WU consistently under reports precipitation in my area (Johnstown, PA). I have my own rain gauge, and also used to be affiliated with the local water authority. The water authority has a rain gauge at each of its facilities, and produces a daily and monthly average of all of its sites. When compared with WU, both my own private gauge and the water authority's records have consistently shown significantly more precipitation. If it were only my own gauge, I would chalk that up to one location versus another, but when I have access to 7 locations scattered over a fairly wide area, I would say that your source is not particularly accurate.
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78. DonnieBwkGA
8:00 PM GMT on April 30, 2014
How come the number of plusses for some comments is black, while for some comments the number of plusses is red? I notice that even the same handle has different colored numbers showing how many plussed his or her comment.
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77. tkeith
11:16 AM GMT on April 30, 2014
Quoting sensitivethug:
Our services were not affected by the vulnerable version of open SSL which is related to the Heartbleed bug.


Thanks Thug :)
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76. Michelle Schlachta , Community Manager (Admin)
9:42 PM GMT on April 28, 2014
Quoting 75. tkeith:

Thanks for the answers yall. If they have the patch, a password change should be all that's needed.
Our services were not affected by the vulnerable version of open SSL which is related to the Heartbleed bug.
75. tkeith
11:49 AM GMT on April 27, 2014
Thanks for the answers yall. If they have the patch, a password change should be all that's needed.
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74. DataPilot
2:44 AM GMT on April 26, 2014
I really do hate to be the bearer of bad news, but....

It is extremely likely that some part of WU - and most websites that you visit - either are or were vulnerable to Heartbleed. As someone who had to go over complex computer systems looking for Heartbleed, I can assure you that the liklihood is very high. OpenSSL is literally everywhere, so embedded in software packages that even the vendors supplying the software had a hard time figuring out whether or not they're vulnerable. I would be shocked if some part if WU wasn't vulnerable. Seriously.

What about those Heartbleed-checker websites? They don't mean much. All they're doing is checking the public-facing URL. Most of the data that we really worry about Is not going through the main URL, anyway, it's being passed behind the scenes. If you wonder how many URLs might be involved, go to any web page and show HTML. You'll see tons of URLs that are not the main site's URL.

Now that I've said all that, I see no reason to panic about WU, regardless of its state of vulnerability. Why? Because Bad Guys don't care what weather charts you look at, or what blog you maintain. So long as you're not doing something risky like, using the same password for WU and your online bank site, you're probably fine. Pick a password suitable for an insecure website (and I consider WU insecure, Heartbleed or no) and you're golden.

Of all the websites that I have to worry about, WU's is near the bottom of my list. Don't sweat it.


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73. auburn (Mod)
10:30 PM GMT on April 25, 2014
I use a Firefox add on that checks for the "heartbleed" bug (heartbleed-ext)and it has given WU a green heart.
Quoting 67. tkeith:

Can anyone tell me if WU is vulnerable to the "heartbleed" bug?

If not, have they issued any kind of public statement?

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72. auburn (Mod)
10:28 PM GMT on April 25, 2014
above my pay grade as well,but of all the test I have run it seems to be clean.
Quoting 71. Thoughtsteader:




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71. Thoughtsteader
10:14 PM GMT on April 25, 2014

Quoting tkeith:
Can anyone tell me if WU is vulnerable to the "heartbleed" bug?

If not, have they issued any kind of public statement?

Well, look who's here! You can take a look at this report from Qualys SSL labs. I found the site when I was checking up on WordPress. It gets above my pay grade pretty quickly, but you can get a sense of where things are.
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70. DataPilot
8:22 PM GMT on April 25, 2014
Quoting 67. tkeith:

Can anyone tell me if WU is vulnerable to the "heartbleed" bug?

If not, have they issued any kind of public statement?


While I have zero inside information about WU and Heartbleed, based on my own work at Heartbleed mitigation I can that there's an excellent likelihood that WU is or was affected by it. WU will probably say nothing, or they may even deny it - but I would just assume they were affected regardless of what they say.

Hopefully WU has patched all their systems by now.
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68. ricderr
2:39 PM GMT on April 25, 2014
.I have never seen a company this large listen to the wants and needs of their members as much as WU does.


of course...coughbscough
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67. tkeith
2:33 PM GMT on April 25, 2014
Can anyone tell me if WU is vulnerable to the "heartbleed" bug?

If not, have they issued any kind of public statement?
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66. auburn (Mod)
4:48 PM GMT on April 24, 2014
Things are slowly getting fixed..I have never seen a company this large listen to the wants and needs of their members as much as WU does..even if they might not have time to respond to your message you can tell they are listening just by the the changes they are making.
Quoting 65. GardenGrrl:

Hey you all fixed the identical "I" and "I" thing

Well, except when it's in quotes. Yay! :)

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65. GardenGrrl
4:32 PM GMT on April 24, 2014
Hey you all fixed the identical "I" and "I" thing

Well, except when it's in quotes. Yay! :)
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64. ricderr
4:15 PM GMT on April 24, 2014

I like the layout, but is there any chance you can up with a color scheme for us straight people too? or is that not politically correct...



i'm bettin this guy aint a jeff gordon fan due to his dupont sponsored color scheme either
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63. paulwv
4:02 PM GMT on April 24, 2014
I like the layout, but is there any chance you can really show your diversity and inclusiveness by having a color scheme for those of us with an alternate lifestyle, ie. straight? ... Thanks!
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62. DataPilot
3:31 AM GMT on April 24, 2014

After "optimizing" the website for tablets and phones, WU forecast page now loads sooooo slowly on my ipad that I will be using another website for my forecast and radar. And often since the update, everything is just wonky. Sometimes I get an empty page, and usually scrolling is stop and start. It's just not worth my time now.

I've also reported the sloooww page loading problem. It seems to have gotten a little bit better on both my iPad and iPhone, but I agree that it needs a lot of work still.


If you use Firefox on a PC, you can download a plugin from mozilla.com called the WCAG Contrast Checker. The plugin lets you capture the background and foreground colors from almost any website, then calculates the color contrast and its compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. WU blue-on-white flunks, big-time.

On the bright side, WU has recently improved the contrast of the blue links somewhat. It's still nowhere near the brilliant contrast of WU Classic, but it's a heck of a lot more readable than it used to be. My eyes are very grateful for that improvement.
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61. RenoSoHill
10:47 PM GMT on April 23, 2014
Quoting 58. whitewabit:



log in/out is under the person shadow at top right of page when clicked on ..
Thank you for the tip - could not find the login on my phone!
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60. kozycolorado
10:07 PM GMT on April 21, 2014
After "optimizing" the website for tablets and phones, WU forecast page now loads sooooo slowly on my ipad that I will be using another website for my forecast and radar. And often since the update, everything is just wonky. Sometimes I get an empty page, and usually scrolling is stop and start. It's just not worth my time now.
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59. DataPilot
8:09 PM GMT on April 21, 2014
Skye commenting on Rickderr's blog:

Can't we protest something like the font? It's nice on the dashboard but blogs & photos..white space/old people can't read it & after all the lower case L & upper case i problems over the years..really? Why are the . are so lite?

Hey Skye, I've been wondering about the light font issue myself. I swear, the main blog page is murder on my eyes, even with reading glasses! So, I decided to try to find a scientific explanation for the faint text being a problem. It turns out, technology proves what our eyes already know - the color selection, and some aspects of the black-on-white font stinks.

If you use Firefox on a PC, you can download a plugin from mozilla.com called the WCAG Contrast Checker. The plugin lets you capture the background and foreground colors from almost any website, then calculates the color contrast and its compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. WU blue-on-white flunks, big-time.

What about the gray (black?) on white? It flunks, too, if you pick the *average* pixel contrast for the text. It turns out that the reason that the "black" text looks gray is because its darkness varies considerably, depending on which part of the letters you look at. You're not imagining it - the periods really are lighter.

If anyone doubts the scientific backing for the WCAG guidelines, you can dig around the web and find plenty of scholarly references to them. As of this moment, they appear to be the most widely accepted guidelines for determining whether a website's text is accessible to readers with less-than-perfect visual abilities.

I'll cross-post this to a couple of other blogs, too.
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58. whitewabit (Mod)
5:52 PM GMT on April 21, 2014
Quoting 57. thebrownpelican:

Where's the login/logout area at?


log in/out is under the person shadow at top right of page when clicked on ..
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57. thebrownpelican
2:25 AM GMT on April 21, 2014
Where's the login/logout area at?
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56. bappit
12:06 PM GMT on April 19, 2014
Damage control time. Don't look bad to your bosses, you know.
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55. GardenGrrl
11:13 PM GMT on April 18, 2014
Flick fill till ill pill lift silly slick sill bill lots of il words.
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54. bearx16
8:02 PM GMT on April 18, 2014
Greetings, I am a daily, personal use user who has stayed with the classic WU format. I am very satisfied with the 2nd improvement of WU and am slowly weaning myself from the old classic WU. The page shows me what I need to know for determining my motorcycle rides. I even like the new map on the home page and can easily get to nexrad radar and nexrad regional radar.

Thanks for the work on this improvement and looking forward to when select-able weather icons are available.
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53. ricderr
6:31 PM GMT on April 18, 2014
folks...it's time to unite....time to show strength through solidarity!!!!


please read and if you support leave a comment.....


ON STRIKE
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52. katy99780
6:18 PM GMT on April 18, 2014
Michelle, I'd like to add a suggestion, on finding 'my favorite blogs.' Presently, I'm not finding a way to get to them, unless I'm already on a blog site. (Cinderella liberty) Perhaps 'my favorite blogs' could be included in the 'News & Blogs' drop down menu, that is part of the black bar atop all WU pages?

Quoting 51. sensitivethug:

Hey guys. For those of you who are PWS owners, please read this important update on PWS Dashboard Development: http://wxug.us/1fccb
Got it! Thank you!
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51. Michelle Schlachta , Community Manager (Admin)
6:10 PM GMT on April 18, 2014
Hey guys. For those of you who are PWS owners, please read this important update on PWS Dashboard Development: http://wxug.us/1fccb
50. GardenGrrl
3:54 PM GMT on April 18, 2014
I or l which is it? Perhaps a different font for the comments? fill, foil, flip, like, etc.....
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49. insideuk
7:52 AM GMT on April 18, 2014
I note that the 130+ votes for the "TOP IDEA" - 'I LOVE THE NEW 10 DAY FORECAST GRAPH' has not yet been reviewed and removed.

That "IDEA" still has status then?

Good.

Because I'd hate for you to run out of ideas to consider...
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48. juslivn
4:06 AM GMT on April 18, 2014
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47. BriarCraft
2:45 AM GMT on April 18, 2014
The stages of grief which may happen in any order:
denial
anger
bargaining
depression
acceptance

Barefoot, InsideUK, Juslivn, and others, I think we are all going through the grieving process.

Then, there is:
change
accept or
leave

WU will do what they want to do, regardless of us lowly bloggers. We can change no part of their plans. The question remains, can I accept that? Or must I leave?
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46. Barefootontherocks
2:14 AM GMT on April 18, 2014
Quoting BriarCraft:
Briarcraft @39.
'Watch your blood pressure there, Barefoot. The WU product team didn't realize there are bloggers on this website until just the other day."


That was not meant for anyone to take seriously. My attempt at sarcasm. Evidently I failed to convey that.
:- {
Maybe I wanted some hope - some fluke that explained disregard in this rewrite for what the wu members who maintain blogs here have enjoyed for many years. We are in the trash.

thug,
I've been over there. Done that. That these features were removed in the first place... well, I said what I had to say last night. 'Bye now. Have a nice, uh, cable car ride.
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45. BriarCraft
12:17 AM GMT on April 18, 2014
Earlier today, there were 11 items in the New Site Design forum under the Blogs category. 10 of them have disappeared. What's with that???

ADD: After some investigation, I found the missing 10, including one with 50 votes to give us back the 4 photos in the blog sidebar, have been moved to the "Reviewed" category and deleted from active items. I guess that sums up what WUalmighty thinks of us bloggers.
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44. BriarCraft
12:14 AM GMT on April 18, 2014
Briarcraft @39.
'Watch your blood pressure there, Barefoot. The WU product team didn't realize there are bloggers on this website until just the other day."


That was not meant for anyone to take seriously. My attempt at sarcasm. Evidently I failed to convey that.
:- {
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43. Michelle Schlachta , Community Manager (Admin)
12:11 AM GMT on April 18, 2014
If you have feedback on the redesign, this is the time to voice it - and the New Site Design forum page is the place to post it.

That is absolutely the best way to ensure that the teams here at WU who are building things and fixing issues will see it, so please use that resource.

Changes have been made on a daily basis based on feedback there.

Thank you!


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