@wilson That’s how I’m doing it, too, although I did just set up a separate RSS feed that excludes any micro.blog posts so at least feed subscribers have a choice.
@40Tech (Weird, my original reply disappeared, reposting...) On my blog, I have a "stream of consciousness" section that's sequestered to its own page and feed (via category) where micro.blog stuff, status updates, snapshots, etc. go. The longer format posts/photo-journals and such go to the main blog.
@40Tech For the moment, they’re on the front page, but my intention all along has been to keep them off and accessible via their category unless they've also been added to another category. Implementing this has been more difficult than I expected because all the easy exclusionary methods zap every post in a category, even if a post is in another, non-excluded category. (In addition to some short posts I might like to “keep” on the front page, I’ve also been sending some longer, regular blog posts to Micro.blog via the category, and those I definitely don’t want to vanish from the front page. The flexibility I designed has turned out to box me in in other ways….)
@manton Or even a way to somehow specify a category (even invisibly as far as showing up to other users in the app) when posting from the app. That way we could have all our posts go to a sub page on a WordPress site, with only posts of a certain category showing up on our blog front pages on WordPress sites. There are WordPress plug-ins that let us exclude posts of certain categories from the front page.
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