I have added some new features and fixed a couple of bugs to my Easy Retweet Plugin after the recent update.
Specifying your own bit.ly API Key
Now you can specify your own bit.ly API key to create shorturls and associate them to your own bit.ly account, instead of using the build-in default account.
The main use of this feature is that, now you can track the clicks and stats for these shorturls from your bit.ly account dashboard. But be warned that, once option is enabled, the Plugin will create shorturl for all posts in your blog. Your bit.ly account might become a mess, if you have large number of posts in your blog.
The following is the screenshot of the admin UI with the new features
You can download the latest version of the Plugin from the Plugin’s homepage.
Please keep the feedback coming and if you want me to add any new features or find a bug, please leave a comment.
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Easy Retweet now supports creating shorturls using your own bit.ly API key http://bit.ly/VS10W Let me know how it works for you.
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