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Tuesday, January 05, 2010

I did not know that everyone could read my blog posts. I stopped writing them, cause I was not ready to share some of my thoughts. I did do some tweaking, perhaps this is private now? If you see this, please reply to it or sparkmail me so I will know.

thanks much!
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    I can see it, Roweena. There is a 'journal' feature on SP where you can write and not have anyone access it, it's totally private. What you can do is use this blogging space for things you want to share - for example, I've been blogging about some of the walks I take locally and posting a few pictures with them - and use the journal entries for your 'private' thoughts and musings - and again, in that space, I use mine to record 'Things I Did Today Toward Achieving my Goals.' (Long-winded title for what's sometimes a rather short list, lol...) I checked to see how you 'find' it: it's not actually called Journal, it's called Planner. If you go to the tabs at the top (My Tools) and select 'Start,' you will see a list of 'sub-tabs.' I think it's about the fifth or sixth one over from the left that says 'Planner.'

    Once again, SP gives us the best of both worlds, lol... :-D
    4051 days ago
  • no profile photo CD2833646
    I can see you :-( I am sorry.. I do not know how to hide the blogs, but I know there is a way.
    4180 days ago
  • SAPPHO30
    I can see it!
    4181 days ago
  • no profile photo CD2110202
    I see it.
    4181 days ago
    I can see it. One thing you can do is to write in your journal if you don't want people to read your blogs. I write somethings on my blog, but info I just need to get off my chest and don't want others to read, I put in the journal! Good luck!
    4181 days ago
  • DRJJ2004
    I can see it. :O)
    4181 days ago
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