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Are you blogging from your neighborhood cafe? Are you writing a travel essay or publishing a photo gallery while on vacation? Starting today, it’s now easier for you to share locations with your readers.

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To attach a location to a post or page, press the Add Location button, which you’ll find in your post editing screen. You can choose to use your current location — if your browser supports it — or find a location by manually typing an address.

If you set a location, it will appear at the end of your post or page.

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We’ve enabled location tagging for all users. If you’ve been using the My Location feature before today, all of your location data will remain untouched. If you’d like to display those locations to your visitors, you can opt in to showing all locations publicly in Users → Personal Settings.

We hope you enjoy this feature — wherever you…

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