Monday, February 14, 2011

Publish Your Sets Across the Web

We know that many of you are bloggers and enjoy sharing your style with friends and readers across the web. To make it easier for you to share your Polyvore sets across more platforms, you can now post sets to Typepad, Flickr, and Photobucket, in addition to Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, and Tumblr.

Here's how to publish sets to new platforms:
1. Click here to update your sharing settings
2. Click the 'Add' button to connect your Polyvore account with your platforms of choice. In this example, we're connecting to Typepad.
3. The next time you're publishing a set, simply check 'Typepad' and click 'Publish'.

4. After you hit 'Publish', your set will automatically post to your Typepad account.


If you have suggestions for more services you'd like to connect your Polyvore account to, leave a comment and let us know.

30 comments:

Makinzie said...

I think we should be able to post to tumblr easier, it's a blog (: Thanks !

Alina said...

It'd be cool if you guys could add a feature where you could "shuffle" your items. For example, you'd click a button and then it'd rearrange your items into a random order so you could look at items that you had a while ago and have forgotten about. It'd be especially helpful for someone like me who has over 200 pages of items. Also, there'd be a reverse button so it could go back into the order it was originally in. Thanks, you guys :D

Maddie said...

What about Wordpress?

Anonymous said...

I don't like it at all!
I think it makes it look messy. :(

Anonymous said...

I would love to be able to publish to my small Poly group at NING. Not sure how that could be arranged though since they run each small group separately.

Anonymous said...

hi there!

i love using livejournal and i think it'd be more than awesome if i were able to share my polyvore sets with my livejournal friends.

also, i wanted to say that i love polyvore! thank you so much for one of the best websites out there. i love it how creating sets brings out the little artist and fashion designer in me. so yeah, thank you and keep up the great work!

Chloe said...

really? why can't we just have normal old polyvore? no one cares about our sets in the real world lmao.... stop changing

Anonymous said...

hi, polyvore!
I think this is a really great idea(:
I like it'll show polyvore around more!!!
your allsuch awesome people. hope to see you on polyvore!
my username is ...〖 oh right; suzαnnαh 〗 (: you could visit me :D

Jilbert said...

Cool ... Any chance of getting this feature for Wordpress???

Suzana Albuquerque said...

Perfect!!!!

Anonymous said...

This is an awesome idea for people who have accounts on those websites! Another idea could be tumblr?

IAmKeshasWife said...

I love this, it's so helpful! :)

mademoiselle Sue's said...

Really excited about this feature. Thank you Polyvore, this option saves me alot of time.

❤✿PaintHead™ said...

Awesome, xoxoox

styleosophy said...

Will Polyvore be adding Wordpress?

Fabiola said...

onsugar!!

Anonymous said...

Are you kidding me? Read the blog before commenting, commenters! It says it is available for Tumblr and it has been for a long time!

Stella Ella said...

wordpress please? =)

Anonymous said...

Please add Wordpress to the list. That would be awesome. :)

Anonymous said...

I see Wordpress as an option but everytime I enter my username and password it says it's incorrect. Does this work with Wordpress.org blogs?

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I have tried this and it worked perfectly well. Kudos to you. I am an artist myself and I love sharing my ideas to facebook and typepad and blogger.

Anonymous said...

How Do I Post It On Quizazz?

and daredevil souls said...

I have several blogs on my tumblr account and I would like my polyvore images to be posted to one of my 'supplementary' blogs (ie not the primary one that was created with my account) and it doesn't seem possible - polyvore keeps trying to connect me to my primary blog which really has nothing to do with fashion or clothes etc. make it stop!!!! HOW DO I CONNECT POLYVORE TO MY SECONDARY BLOG?! this is driving me nuts

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