Earlier this month Blogger/Google launched the Blogger Dynamic view, to allow readers access to your other post, since reader usually don’t bother accessing old post, since previous post are no longer displayed on the homepage.
There are 7 different Dynamic views that you can choose from.
- Classic (Gmail): A modern twist on a traditional template, with infinite scrolling and images that load as you go
- Flipcard (M loves M) – Your photos are tiled across the page and flip to reveal the post title
- Magazine (Advanced Style) – A clean, elegant editorial style layout
- Mosaic (Crosby’s Kitchen) – A mosaic mix of different sized images and text
- Sidebar (Blogger Buzz Blog) – An email inbox-like view with a reading page for quick scrolling and browsing
- Snapshot (Canelle et Vanille) – An interactive pinboard of your posts
- Timeslide (The Bleary-Eyed Father) – A horizontal view of your posts by time period
Blogger even created a tool to check how you’re Blogger blog will look like if you switched to dynamic view. I’ve embedded the tool below.
Enter the name of your favorite Blogger blog below and click Preview to check it out with Dynamic Views.
If you want to see live blogs using dynamic views, just visit the different Google Official Blogs like Gmail Blog, Blogger Buzz, Google Voice Blog, and Docs Blog. For Blogger Users, you can visit Stacey Avenue, which is one of the blog that I read.
Of all the view, I prefer the flipcard view, which is like the metro version of your blog. Since my blogger blogs are using heavily customized template, Blogger’s dynamic views is not available for me, but if you are already using Dynamic View, can you share how it has affected your blog and readers?
Last modified: October 26, 2011