In the next version of ScribeFire, you’ll be able to post to multiple blogs at once. This has been a long-requested feature, and I’m happy to have finally added it to ScribeFire.

How Will It Work?

When writing your post, you’ll do as you’ve always done: choose a title, write some content, and click “Publish.” After it finishes publishing to your first blog, you’ll be given the choice to publish it to any of your other blogs:

Simply check the other blogs you want to publish the post to, and click “Publish to these blogs too.”

What do you think?

Since this feature hasn’t been released yet, this is the perfect time for you to give feedback that could really alter the way this feature works. What do you like about it? What don’t you like about it? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

16 Responses to “Upcoming Feature: Post to Multiple Blogs”

  1. 1

    I’ll be able to post to multiple blogs at once. Very nice idea. It will be fast.

  2. 2

    Cool! That is a feature I will use every time I post!

    Is it possible to configure a default? So the blog I cross-post to is checked off by default?

    I also imagine some people would want to disable this pop-up from showing up every time they publish.

  3. 3
    Ben Luberti

    I like this very mutch, it save time for me.

  4. 4

    This is something I have been looking forward to for a long time. I have several blogs and I would like to share information on a few of them that are the same. I try and cater or to everyone but this will make a lot of things easier. Look forward to seeing this come live.

  5. 5
    Christopher Finke

    There will be a setting to disable the popup, and I’ve been considering using the last set of checked blogs as the default for next time. Do you think that’s reasonable?

  6. 6

    Having an option to post to multiple blogs all at once following the initial 1st post without having to post each individually is an extraordinary feature!! As an admin for well over 200 sites (all in the same industry niche) this 1 feature will allow us to post a general bimonthly newsletter and even more than just the newsletter we provide for the benefit of our clients to all these sites super fast and without wasting any valuable time in getting it done. Scribefire is simply a life changer to begin with and this upcoming feature means firms like ours can provide content very quickly across all the domains we manage.

    On a scale of 1-10 this idea is a 100 from where I sit.

  7. 7

    Feature Request: I see in the Scribefire settings that you can have the Categories sorted and a similar feature for sorting the “Blogs” configured in Scribefire would also be a wonderful feature as well.

  8. 8
    J.C. Hendee

    Not really certain I would use it, as my blog already disseminates post information to multiple social systems… but… I could see this as an evolutionary step to excite a lot of people. And maybe I might even set up another blog just to give it a try. Keep at it!

  9. 9
    Rob Clarke

    Awesome feature – this will make a brilliant blogging tool even better! Thank you!

  10. 10

    That’s a very good feature! I really need it! Release quick quick quick! :p

  11. 11
    matthew hart

    It would be nice if you had a “select all” button to check off all the blogs. I have loaded over 100 blogs and it would be a pain to manually check each one.

    Also is there any possibility to add a bulk upload feature of the blogs I have instead of adding one t a time.

    Thanks a lot.

  12. 12

    I’ve installed and uninstalled ScribeFire countless times, every time I get a new update to Opera, every time there’s an announcement of a new version of SF, etc. and I have yet to be able to login to my LJ account or post, etc. :o(

    ScribeFire looks like a *smashing* program/extension that’d do *exactly* what I want, but it seems that all I ever get is the “Sorry, there’s some daft problem with LJ and it’s giving us error codes” type msg and the endless-loop of “Username/Password” popups… :o(


  13. 13
    Wine Curmudgeon

    There is now no reason to ever use another Microsoft product again. Thank you, Chris.

  14. 14

    I have a blog I created on my website hosted by I only installed ScribeFire because I would be able to upload to my blog at

    I don’t know how to do this with your app. What is my api URL or my API keywords. Is it possible to let me use my blog and not something from the other types you offer in your Launch feature?

  15. 15
    Michael McColl

    Duplicate content penalty, anyone? If this feature doesn’t let you slightly edit your post to specialize it for each site you multi-post to, Google is not going to like it….

  16. 16
    Don Mashak

    Does this work with

    Does it allow you to add tags (keywords)