Won't allow me to login, just hangs. Very disappointing.
square space blog could be more useful for my childcare business, if I didn't have to sit at a PC to make full edits to photos, and text for each entry. Also the photos sometimes load upside down, and side ways. Can't seem to fix it from my mobile device. As a child care provider I NEED to be able to add entries quickly and without this ability from Square space, it makes me feel like I need to register my domain and build my site from the ground up through another host. No news on when this app will be fixed is def. why it has such low 🌟's.
No longer appears to being developed by Squarespace other than bug fixes.Basic functionality. Editing is buggy still Added some useful features in latest updates. Missing most block types and page editing still though. The line block and button blocks would be useful. Tags and category selection is VERY difficult to use, I'd prefer a dropdown selector. I've seen other random bugs too. Navigation between blog posts is terrible as it asks you twice do you want to save changes, even when there are no changes. Doesn't let you edit complex pages , which is anything with more than one column.
This is absolutely horrific. You cannot edit blog posts that are already published, only ones that are still drafts. Even at that, most features of the web is absent, including the quote block. There is no reason why in this day and age a company like Squarespace should not have a fully developed, functional, and fully featured Android app.
I spent a lot of time creating multiple blog post and none of them are showing up on my blog. I only downloaded the app to use the photos on my phone and now I've wasted so much time
Other reviews are misleading... I've had an excellent time using this app. It's as clean and elegant as the desktop interface. Glad I use this service.
• Fixed a crash when sharing a text file to the Blog app from other apps.
• Improved user experience in customer help section of the app.
• Fixed issue when sharing to Facebook would fail.
"me.time" is a simple diary/journal app that helps you figure out who you are.