What does it take to have your WordPress.com post listed as a “latest post” in the Dashboard?

Posted on January 6, 2006. Filed under: problems, WordPress.com |

I feel like every time I write a post and publish it (how much later or fresher could you get?), when I go look in the Dashboard, I never see my post listed amongst the list of “Latest Posts”.

Are there really that many WordPress.com users now that a post only remains in the ‘Latest Post’ area for brief seconds before it is surpassed by a flood of newer posts?  Or are my posts just not showing up for some reason.  Hmm..

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Join the club. I don’t see mine in the list either. I don’t understand how it works, so I guess we just have to ask in the new WordPress.com forums. 😉


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