A couple of weeks ago we released Audience Analytics to help remove some of the mystery around the people who engage on your website.
The plight of the publishing industry is no secret. The landscape is continually evolving, leaving publishers scrambling to keep up. With third parties exerting more control over content distribution and engagement, publishers are becoming more disconnected from their audiences and more reliant on external platforms. Now, more than ever, we’re seeing the largest, most successful publishers, confront these issues head-on by investing in ways to strengthen the relationships with their audience.
The first major feature release for Disqus for iOS is now available on the App Store. This update includes new features for moderators such as inline moderation actions and for commenters including markdown support and GIF support.
Read on to find out what else is new.
Today, I’m happy to announce the release of our user blocking feature. As one of the most requested features from commenters over the years, user blocking provides you with the ability to manage who you interact with on Disqus.
Update (January 4, 2018): The Disqus for iPhone app is no longer available in the App Store.
Today, after much anticipation, we're excited to announce that we've released the first version of our iOS app in the Apple app store.