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How to Allow People to Post on Your Blogspot

Google's Blogger platform, which hosts Blogspot blogs at the blogspot.com subdomain, allows "team" blogs where multiple people can post on one blog. As the administrator of a team blog, you can choose up to 100 authors to contribute to the blog. You can also allow or prevent people from posting comments. Control all of these factors inside your blog's control panel, but make sure you have administrator access if you want to change any settings.


1. Log in to your Blogger account. Use the administrator account, which is usually the Google account username and password you originally used to sign up to Blogger.

2. Choose the "Settings" link in the control panel. Select the "Permissions" option from the menu below.

3. Click the "Add Authors" button in the Blog Authors section. This brings up a blank text field.

4. Enter the email addresses of the people you want to post to your blogspot. Separate each email address with a comma. Click "Invite" when done.

5. Tell the people you have included in your author list to check their emails. They must click a confirmation link from the Blogger email to activate their permissions.

1. Log in to your Blogger account with administrator permissions.

2. Click the "Settings" link and choose "Comments" from the submenu.

3. Select the "Anyone" option to allow any blog visitors to post a comment to your site. Choose "Registered users" to only allow people with an email address to post comments.

4. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "Save settings."

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