Basically, it’s a full-featured blog editor that integrates with your browser and lets you easily post to your blog. You can drag & drop formatted text from pages you are browsing, take notes, upload images, and post to multiple blogs.
Instructions for Getting Started
(If you haven’t already installed the ScribeFire addon, you can read these installation
Once you’ve installed it, you can start using it to simply, quickly
and easily update your blog(s). To open a ScribeFire window in the
browser, use any of the following methods:
- Press F8
- Click on the icon in the status bar:
- Select ScribeFire from the Tools menu:
- Right-click on the page and select “Blog this page” from the
- There is also a ScribeFire toolbar button you can use to open and
close ScribeFire. Add it to your toolbar by selecting Customize
from the View > Toolbars menu, and then drag the button to
your chosen location.
The first time you open ScribeFire, an account wizard will appear to
help you connect ScribeFire to your blog. (Here is a list
of the blogging services that are compatible with ScribeFire.) Simply
fill in the information it asks for, and when you finish, your blog will
be listed in the right-hand pane:
To post to your blog, simply type some text in the main editor panel
of ScribeFire, give it a title…
…and click the Publish button:
That’s all there is to it! ScribeFire will post the entry to your
blog, and it will appear in the list of entries in the right sidebar so
that you can edit or delete it later if you want.
Other features of ScribeFire allow you to categorize and tag your
blog posts, upload images, set the timestamp of your posts, save
works-in-progress as notes, post an entry as a draft, share your posts
on social websites, and upload files via FTP, HTTP & HTTPS. For help with these
features, see the complete listing of ScribeFire Help topics.