on 03-27-201701:36 PM - last edited on 03-27-201702:08 PM by Adam
I was so pleased when I discovered the mobile app for my Weebly store. Now I can add products using my mobile and its camera...fab, I thought, this is going to save me oodles of time!!
Then I tried to add a product similar to ones already listed on my store...the same category, same everything, except for the title, a small bit of the description and the photos....wheres the copy product??? I took it for granted that there would be one but there isn't !!!
So I'm pleading here for Weebly to make "copy product" available on the weebly app. Its useless without it.
on 08-11-201606:49 AM - last edited on 08-25-201604:32 PM by Queso
Would like to see the app expanded for designer accounts. At the very least my clients should be able to use the existing Weebly app to login to their portal sites. I have loads of customers on my designer account who are complaining they can't login and edit/post using the Weebly app.
on 01-02-201708:12 AM - last edited on 01-02-201709:15 AM by Adam
Hello, I am a promote subscriber that needs to use it on mobile devices and can't. There needs to be either a separate app or a feature you can use promote on your iPad and iPhone. I need to be able to design emails on both devices but mainly an iPad and it would be used a lot more if this was available to do.
on 04-13-201611:58 PM - last edited on 04-19-201601:59 PM by Erin
It's great that we can set a favicon for sites, but what about being able to quickly and easily select an icon to display when a link to the website is saved to the homescreen of an iPhone (or any smart phone, for that matter?).
on 08-25-201609:02 PM - last edited on 09-07-201607:30 PM by Queso
Hello, it would be awesome if my students could access their student accounts on the weebly app. Our school has a 1:1 iPad program, and even when they try to log into students.weebly.com on the Safari app, it will take them to a page that says to use the Weebly app, thus rendering the app useless for them, and also their blogs less accessible.
on 07-30-201604:48 AM - last edited on 08-03-201603:22 PM by Queso
Yes, you support multiple Weebly accounts now, but to go back and forth between accounts requires a log out and login. However, the Google Adwords app permits easy and fast switching between different accounts. That would be a nice addition to the Weebly app.
When uploading photos to a blog, it would be better if one would chose the location of the photos i stead of being directed to photos on your ipad. For example, allow to select pics from Google photos, or Amazon photos or an external drive.
on 01-22-201710:34 AM - last edited on 01-22-201711:53 AM by Adam
I would love to be able to approve member requests through the App instead of logging into my site on a compter. I only allow access to certain pages after the person pays, so this would help me greatly.
on 12-23-201605:49 PM - last edited on 12-24-201608:21 AM by Adam
While Third Party apps are available on the desktop version of Weebly, they don't seem to be available to Apple users who use the Weebly app. Is it possible that these Third Party apps could be incorporated into the Apple app?
Hello Weebly! I have a few suggestions on features for the Website Builder. More specifically, the Weebly iOS app. Since editing a website with Weebly's services can be pretty easy, it comes with a lot of controls. However, most of those features come from the computer version of the Website editor. What if you're on vacation and you use your iPhone or iPad to create a survey? You can't, as of June 14, because some the features used on the computer version is not on the mobile app. The recent update to the app did happen to bring us another feature, but only HTML. When I did create a survey on a random page, via computer, a tab on the dashboard shows up. On the iOS app, the same tab comes up on the dashboard, but you can't edit the survey's options. For example, the options given when you go to a page that has a newsletter form or a survey, on the app, only comes up with "Copy" or "Delete". There may also be a glitch where you can't see the text sometimes. Another thing to point out is that what if a person's computer broke down or they don't own a computer or laptop. If they have a phone or tablet, they can make they're own website. And the reason I brang up that example was because my computer had an issue where every three minutes, the screen goes blue and shuts off. I went to get a new monitor and the same thing happened. Which, in result, got me to go and repair it. But at the time, I didn't have access to my computer, so I used the app. To sum up, I think that Weebly should implement more features within the app for more accessibility for our websites!