Aqui no wordpress.com vou poder usar – de fato já usei 🙂 – o recurso de postar por email.
Para começar a utilizar você deve ir no link ‘My Blogs’ e ativar para o blog que você quiser. Você irá receber uma conta de email específica para isso [semelhante ao posterous]. O que me chamou a atenção foi a quantidade de altenativas e opções para envio: categorias, tags e etc e tal. Veja, por exemplo,
Your email can be plain text or formatted. As much formatting as possible will be retained, although the Post by Email system will strip unnecessary HTML tags so that your email is displayed correctly. Note that you will need to use an email client that supports rich text or HTML formatting in order to make use of this feature. Most website based clients (Hotmail, Gmail) do support this, as do most desktop clients (Outlook, Mail). You may need to switch your client into rich text or formatted mode.
Image attachments will be included in your published post as follows:
- Single images will be displayed inline (a single image is defined as an image without an image immediately following it).
- Multiple images will be displayed as a gallery.
Multiple galleries and single images are allowed in the same post. Note that using the
[nogallery]shortcode will disable all galleries.
If you have purchased the Space Upgrade, then the following additional attachment types will be supported:
- Supported audio files (mp3) will be displayed using the WordPress Audio player.
- All other files (doc, PDF, etc) will be displayed as links to the attachment.
Additionally, if you’ve purchased the VideoPress Upgrade, you’ll be able to send mp4, mov, wmv, avi, mpg, and m4v files as attachments, which will then be displayed using the WordPress video player.
Note that you can send your attachments to:
Your attachments will just be stored in your account without creating a new post – the attachments will appear alongside your other media.
Special shortcodes can be embedded in your email to configure various aspects of the published post:
[delay +1 hour]
[comments on | off]
[status publish | pending | draft | private]
[title Your post title]
[end]– everything after this shortcode is ignored (i.e. signatures)
[ slideshow ]– replaces the auto-gallery with a slideshow [sem os espaços]
[nogallery]– disables the auto-gallery and displays all images inline
[more]– more tag
[geotag on | off]– override your geotagging privacy defaults to enable or disable the showing of geo information
[publicize off|yahoo|twitter|facebook]– change Publicize options (see below)
[poll]question and answers[/poll]– insert a Polldaddy poll into your post (see below)
Shortcodes can be included anywhere in the body of your email and must be in lowercase.
Specifying the Category
The category shortcode will match the start of category titles, as well as category IDs. For example:
Will match “Holiday” and “Food.” Note that categories must already exist on your blog and spaces between the commas are not important.
Any number of tags can be added to your post, each separated by a comma:
[tags one potato, two potato, three potato, more]
This will add four tags: “one potato”, “two potato”, “three potato”, and “more”. Note that your tags do not need to exist elsewhere in your blog and new tags will be created automatically.
Changing your Publicize settings
WordPress Publicize lets you notify other web services about your posts. With the
[publicize]shortcode you can control this from emails.
[publicize off]– disable all Publicize notifications
[publicize twitter]– only send a notification to Twitter
[publicize twitter]my new post[/publicize]– only send a notification to Twitter and set the Twitter status to my new post
Note that your Publicize settings must have been previously configured.
@completando: link para a página de suporte – clique aqui