can't search in it
can't change colours
can't alter images
can't alter font or size
can't keep a stock of hashtags (which replaced perfectly serviceable tags)
can't attached linked posts to keep visitors on blog
can't easily edit or alter
can't actually be used for review blogging, it's a notebook
can't link hashtags
can't have previews on custom feeds, only first few lines from blog which look messy
can't keep all the shares, likes and comments Old Blog gained
can't be bothered to keep listing site-breaking faults with it.
can't track what's published as altering an imported blog causes it to replicate
oh, here's one;
can't read blogs once transferred; formatting, pic size, fonts, text are all formalised losing any personal changes and turns some blogs into nonsensical messes. it makes your work look amateurish when the point of a web builder is to make you look default professional.
the irony is Wordpress will import your blog from your wix site when you start a site there and it does a much better job! Like, seriously did wix drop this by accident and are now seriously trying to style it out as a cool, on-the-go microblog? ridiculous.
also, while I'm at it;
can't assign new writers without going through membership which likely is for wix to track users and what about co-authoring, co-opt, the list keeps going on.
links go dead
blogs disappear between new and old when transporting
can't edit the custom feeds to add to other pages, the options are incredibly limiting and ruin pages
Wix, I know you're reading. You must understand you screwed the pooch on this one, the forums, twitter etc are full of very peeved users. it needs to be withdrawn or reworked with the old (standard, expected, normal) features. otherwise I might as well just run a Tumblr blog. that's free, I'm actually stupid enough to be paying for this? Currently wordpress has 20% off, how can Wix hope to keep hold of serious bloggers with this? are they actually shifting to other users? That's fine, but why force us off? Come on wix, it's an easy fix, you already have it to hand - it's called 'old blog'.