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The Ultimate Guide to
September 1, 2015
How to use

This is a guest post on how to use (BLAB HAS SHUT DOWN),
last updated: Tuesday, August, 2016
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Quick Links
1. What is
2. Finding & Viewing a BLAB
3. Hosting a BLAB
4. Your Settings & Profile
5. Tips and Tricks

What is

We thought we’d go straight to the source, so we asked BLAB’s CEO Shaan Puri for a short description:
Blab description by CEO Shaan PeriYou can reach BLAB via desktop by going to or download the iOS app by searching for ‘Blab’ in the apple app store (or click here). The app for Android will hopefully be available soon, but for now Android users can simply access the BLAB website via the chrome browser. You will need to login with a twitter account, unless you want to lurk anonymously and not interact . Twitter is currently the only way to join.

Sign-up with twitter

The Rules of BLAB
Blab doesn’t really have rules, but the BLAB team has created some ‘agreements’ titled #theblabway that they would  like the community to go by, here they are:

Blab rules and agreements

You can watch the replay to how these agreements came to be HERE!


Finding and Viewing a Blab

On the main page you will notice the ‘tags’ section where you can ‘show all’ (red arrow) or select one or more tags to filter the content across BLAB. Above the listed shows you will see 3 tab buttons – ‘On Air’ (green arrow), ‘Scheduled’ (blue arrow) and ‘Replays’ (orange arrow) which you can also filter by. You can also use the search bar at the top to search for keywords or usernames to find specific content or users that interest you. Choose a BLAB that interests you by clicking the ‘Watch’ button and join in on the fun!

Blab Home User Interface

Subscribing to a BLAB
If you’re interested in a scheduled BLAB, simply click the ‘subscribe’ button below the specific Blab you want to subscribe to.

Subscribe to a Blab

Subscribing will ensure you get a notification when the show goes live (depending on your notification settings). To see how long you have before the show airs,  simply click on the hosts picture and enter the Blab, you will see the countdown timer before showtime. 



Watching a BLAB:
The BLAB window, is where you will spend most of your time, so it’s important to get to know all of the features and everything you can do! So let’s take a tour! 

Live Blab Window

  • Who is viewing a BLAB? Profile Pictures of BLAB viewers BLAB MAPoccupy the top of the screen IN real time. The profile picture of every viewer can be clicked on to read their bio  and to follow that Blabber. On the top right hand, a Blab map populates in real time and shows you where in the world the viewers are from/located. (The function to ‘change’ your location has not been enabled yet.)
  • Seats: The BLAB window has 4 seats, one for the host, plus room for 3 guests. The host can decide how many guests they would like on their show, or if they would like to rotate through multiple guests. The “host” is seated in the top left hand corner, with the guests filling in the rest of the seats. Why only four? The BLAB team believe four seats is optimal in having a successful fluid conversation.
  • Feels  Props: When you first join a BLAB room you can get involved in a number of ways. The first of which is giving ‘feels’ ‘props’. Feels Props are a way for viewers to give one of the Feelsbroadcasters some appreciation for something they say or do, almost like “I feel ya”. This is done by clicking (or tapping if using a touch screen) on the video window of the person you want to feel give props to. You will notice two yellow hands with numbers next to them. This Feels on BLABrepresents the number of feels props each participant has. For each new BLAB a participant enters, the feels props meter jumps back to zero.
  • Commenting from the sidebar: If you can’t jump in a seat, but still have something you’d like to say, you can always add your thoughts to the sidebar chat located on the right hand side of your screen. (In mobile, it is located below the video).
    • Questions: If you have a questionQuestion in BLAB comments you’d like to ask the host or guests, insert /q before your question. This will add your question to the host’s question queue and allow the guests to differentiate between comments and questions. 
    • Mentions: To directly reply (via @mention) to a comment or question made in the chat bar, you simply roll over the relevant username and click the light grey ‘reply arrow’. This will insert their @handle in the comment area and you can then write the rest of your message. If you direct reply to the Host of the Blab, this will appear in their questions and direct reply queue. Each user can view their specific @mentions in the ‘mentions’ tab above the questions.     
    • Favorite Comments:  See a comment that you really like? You can give “props”to that too! Comment Like and ReplyFavorite it by rolling over the user’s name and then clicking on the light grey star. This can be your way of highlighting or endorsing a comment. To view who has liked the comment, hover over the star to see icons of the participants who have favorited.
    • Images and Gifs: Other ways to get involved include adding an image or animated gif to compliment the conversation. In order to add to the comment section, find the image or gif you would like to add to comments. Copy the image/gif URL link and paste into the comments section.
    • Background Color: Upon load, the comments section will be dark with white writing, this can be switched to a BLABS GONE DARK MODElight background with black writing. Simply type /light into the comments area and hit enter! To change it back, type /dark into the comments.
    • Easy Commands & @Mentions: Simply typing in / into the comments section will automatically populate all the commands available to use in Blab. Likewise, typing in @ in the comments will populate all the usernames of the Blabbers in the room to easily mention or reply too. So put your sticky notes away, it’s easy!
  • Joining the action: Getting involved is very easy to do! All you have to do is click “CALL IN” in an open seat and cross your fingers. If the host accepts, you will go on video and be officially BLABBING! 🎉 To exit your seat, click on the ‘x’ in the top right hand corner of your Blab Seat. 💡Tip: Be sure to accept the microphone and camera permissions when you first go on air! 
  • Following: While Blabbing you will have the opportunity to meet and collaborate with people from all over the world! You may want to follow some of these people to find out when they are in Blabs and active within the community. To follow a host or guest, click on the follow icon next to their name. You can also follow by hovering over an icon on the top or click on “See all viewers” as explained above. Who you follow, and your followers will populate on your profile page.
  • Sharing the BLAB: If you’re part of a great BLAB, why not let all of your friends know what you’re up too? On the left hand side of the screen you can share all the goodness with your Twitter or Facebook followers! Click on the “Tell a little bird” to share to Twitter or “Tell your Aunt” to share to Facebook. You can now choose to tweet out a GIF of the Blab. Learn more about it here: Gif Sharing by Brittany Metz


  • BLAB Replays: If you missed a show you really love, don’t fret, chances are it has been recorded. If you subscribe to a BLAB, you will be emailed a link to the replay when it finishes, or you can view a recorded Blab by searching through the Replays. To view a recorded Blab, simply click on the play button located in the center of the screen which you can view or listen to like a podcast. Located on the left below the title, you can share the replay to Twitter, Facebook or Upload to Youtube(if you are the creator) (blue arrow). Related Blabs are LIVE Blabs most similar to the recorded Blab (red arrow). On the right, you can view some of the comments, and mentions that were input during the Blab (green arrow).                                                                                 💡Tip: ‘Props’ 🙌 & comments do not display in the Replay video.



Hosting a BLAB

Starting your own BLAB
Getting started is easy! To create your own BLAB, click purple the ‘Start a new BLAB’ button on the top right of the screen to get started; this pop-up will display. You’ll need to insert a title for your Blab, select up to 3 different tags that are relevant to your show, for others to find you easily, and then choose if you want to go live now or in the future. You can also add a custom image or “Show Card” by clicking on ‘Choose File” under the tags. The optimal dimension for show cards are 1000px by 450 px with a safe zone of 800px by 296px.

Schedule a Blab

Live Now or Schedule A Broadcast
If you choose to go live at some point in the future, you can select a time and date up to a month in advance, this will place your Blab in the ‘UPCOMING’  section within your chosen category and will allow viewers to subscribe to it. Choosing your time and date looks like this:

Schedule a Blab in the Future

Editing a Scheduled Blab and/or Starting it Earlier than Scheduled
You may find that you want to change the name of a Blab you have scheduled, or maybe even the time and date of the show. This is now possible by going to your profile page and viewing your scheduled blabs – you will see an ‘Edit’ button (red arrow) on each scheduled Blab, just click that and make your changes!  Click the purple ‘Start Now’ button to begin your show early.

Edit a Scheduled Blab

The difference between ‘random streams’ and ‘shows’
Sometimes, girls just wanna have fun, and other times they want to talk about the serious issues (I’m sure men are the same). Generally, shows that are scheduled have a specialized topic, sometimes lock seats, are recorded, and have timeline of when they will end. Impromptu shows can go for several hours and cover a range of topics, so be prepared for those differences!

Host Powers
As a host, it’s important that you can moderate your room in order to keep the flow of discussion going and to stay on topic. There are several features that Team BLAB have added in order to help you moderate effectively.

  • Accepting/Denying Callers: As the host you have the ability to accept or deny callers. If you are discussing a certain topic it may be important to have guest speakers who align with your topic and vision.
  • Co-HostCo-Hosting: If you would like to add a guest as a co-host to your show, you can hover over their avatar and click on the “H+” in order to grant them access or type/cohost add <username> into the comments. . You can also remove privileges by clicking on the same “H+” or type typing /cohost remove <username> in the comments. Co-hosts, have most of the powers the creating Host has, with the exception of removing hosting powers from the originator. Co-Hosts can also create and disable other co-hosts.
  • Kicking Callers: You can ‘kick’ a guest if a guest is having technical difficulties and cannot exit the room or if a person is an impediment to your show by clicking the ‘X’ on the top right hand side of the guest’s screen.
  • Muting: On occasion there may be a time where you might need to either mute yourself or a guest. Anyone has the ability to mute. When you mute yourself, no one in the audience will be able to hear you speak. However, if you mute someone else, only you will be affected.
  • Locking the Seat: Another great feature added for hosts is the ability to lock seats. This allows the moderator to closely monitor the flow of traffic on incoming calls or to close the room to themselves and guests. To lock a seat simply click on the ‘padlock’ icon over the empty seat in your Blab. 
  • Changing Topic: Your topic may change, as your conversation continues. In order to keep potential viewers in the loop, you can change your topic title. A host or co-host can change the topic by clicking on the pencil icon above the Title or by typing /title and entering the new title. Co-hosts can also change the topic title by typing the following in the comments area: /topic yourtopic name    💡Tip: If you are recording your Blab, the LAST topic name is the one that attaches to the replay. So be sure to make your topic the one you want before ending the show or recording.
    Delete a Comment
  • Deleting Comments: If you feel someone has posted an inappropriate comment or image, the host can delete specific comments by rolling over the comment and clicking the red ‘x’.
  • Banning / Blocking Participants: Only hosts have the ability to ban a user from commenting or engaging in a Block a Guestspecific Blab session. The “banned” Blabber will still be able to listen and see the Blab, however they will not be able to disrupt the Blab in anyway. To ban someone, roll over the avatar of the person you want to block at the top of the page and when the dropdown appears you will see a little red circular button to the right of the person’s avatar. Click this and a pop-up will appear asking you to confirm the block. Currently, once a block happens it’s just for that Blab session and the block cannot be removed. 

    💡Tip: If you feel you have a more specific issue with a specific person on Blab, then please reach out to the Blab team to discuss further with them.

  • QuestionsDisplaying Questions/Twitter: The host can decide to display questions that have been asked or tweets that have been shared by clicking on the blue ‘Q’ and choosing from the drop down menu. Questions can be chosen for the Host to discuss and marked as answered. This question will be displayed on the screen as a seat, unless there are 4 people already in a seat.


  • Recording your BLAB: BLAB allows the host to record several hours of video which you can upload to Youtube, or upload as a Podcast!
    • Starting and Pausing: The host can choose when they would like to start and even has the ability to pause (go off the record) and start back up at any given time. The BLAB team cleverly stitch it all together, so even if you pause multiple times, you will get one continuous recording at the end.
    • Receiving and Using Your Recording: After you have finished recording and your Blab ends, as the host you will receive links to download the raw audio, raw video and you will also receive an embed code allowing you to place the recording on your website or anywhere else that allows embedded content.Blab Recording
  • One click upload to Youtube: As the host, if you return to your replay url you will see a red button that says ‘Upload to Youtube’ – click that and it uploads, easy! . You can read about how this feature came to be here.

Upload to YouTube

  • Ending the Broadcast
    Once you feel your broadcast has hit the end of its run, it may be time to end your session. In order to completely close your BLAB you must ensure that all your seated guests have exited out (or you can kick them, that’s my favorite method 😈). Once your guests have exited, you can exit the room and the Blab will end. 💡Tip: The host can leave the Blab and it will continue running for as long as others remain in the video seats. The Blab will only close when everyone has exited the seats. 
  • Blab Embed – Once you have scheduled your Blab show your scheduled Blab page with the countdown timer on it will show you an ‘iframe’ code that you can copy and paste into the ‘code area’ of your website, allowing your Blab to be hosted live on your own website. Once the Blab is over, the embed will show the replay if it was recorded. Your Blab show can also be embedded on blogging tools like Medium:

How to embed your blab on mediumThis animation was created by @michaelhernsin < follow him 


BLAB Settings and Profile

To start click on your profile picture in the right hand corner (red arrow):


Need to change your name or bio? Are you getting too many emails from BLAB?  This is the place to do it. In profile settings you have the ability to change or update your name, e-mail address, bio and profile picture. You can also opt-in and out of emails.

Community members will want to know who you are, what you do and what you’re about; Your profile page is a snapshot of this. The ‘profile’ page also showcases your scheduled Blabs, recorded blabs, followers and following and how many days you have been on BLAB. You can also view a members Twitter by clicking on the Twitter bird icon below their bio. At the top of your Blab channel showcases any Live Blabs you are currently in or your latest replay.


  • Hide a Recording: From the ‘Replays’ tab you can also decide which of your replays should be public or hidden. Replays cannot be permanently deleted at this time. Click the icon in the top right hand corner to make invisible or visible.

Hide a Blab Replay

Although you may NEVER want to log-out of BLAB, sometimes it’s healthy to eat, sleep, and spend time with family (who are these people?). Press this button if you miss doing some of those things.

Blab Tips & Tricks

We thought we’d share some additional tips and tricks with you 😉

Need to get in touch with Blab? If you need to report a bug, have a brilliant idea or just want to send some kudos. CLICK HERE to find out how to contact the team!

Find more people to follow
Whilst most the time you will simply follow people you meet along the way, you could also choose to go and look at the TeamBlab profile page, scroll through their followers to see thousands of Blab users!

Get the most out of your Blab titles
In all likelihood, when you host a Blab, it will get tweeted out and shared a lot. To maximize this, use one or two popular (but related) #HashTags in your title.

Get your friends in a Blab room
Whether hosting or commenting in a Blab room, you can call attention to your fellow Blab friends. Simply ‘ping’ them by typing @theirblabhandle into the comments bar. This should give them a notification and draw them into the room. In addition you can attach a message to that ping, like  ‘@theirblabhandle come and hangout with us!’

Looking for a Co-host for your show?
You can tweet @BlabHostFinder your idea and Team Blab will help match you! “Matchmaker matchmaker, make me a match, matchmaker….”

The Blablet: Lela has put together a source for everything you need to know about Blab, centralized and current on one page. CLICK HERE!

Follow @blab
The team at BLAB are awesome! You will find them jumping into streams and helping out community members. They also host update shows discussing or announcing upcoming features. You can follow some of the most prominent @blab members here:



Tips for running a successful Blab


Melissa Reyes tips on running a successful Blab Schedule your Blab Set an end time Start with a friend

Follow Melissa Reyes on Twitter @MizMeliz & @TenMiniTT & Website: 


Does the BLAB Owl have a name?
Blab’s Owl is named Riano (‘on air’ backwards)Riano

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About author

Jocelyn Gonzalez

Guest Author: Jocelyn is a University of Florida graduate in Criminology and Law, currently sunbathing in Sunny San Diego. She runs two daily shows, #TheDailyCandidate on Meerkat and #TheDailyBlab on She is an early adopter and welcomer to newbies on Follow her on twitter @TheNamesJocelyn.

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  • Jaron Ray Hinds

    Awesome Formatting and Quality Content!

    • Jocelyn

      Thank you @djjaron:disqus for the feedback, we really appreciate it!

  • Dahlia

    You will find me returning to this resource to onboard new musicians/blabbers. Thank you so much for putting this out there!!

    • Jocelyn

      We appreciate it so much, we hope they find it very useful!

  • Don Browne

    Thanks for the simple explanation of Blab. It should be very useful for all!

    • Jocelyn

      Thank you @DonBrowne:disqus! :)

  • Melissa Reyes

    I have been using Blab for a little while now and I still learned things! Terrific post! I will recommend it to all my guests and friends who are new to Blab. Thank you and thank you so much for the honor of contributing to this excellent guide.

    • Jocelyn

      Thank you Melissa your contributions were tremendous!

  • Akilah S. Richards

    Super helpful. Thanks!

    • Jocelyn

      You are so welcome @RadicalSelfie:disqus!

  • Mark Eckdahl

    Great article, thanks for the depth and completeness of your coverage. is very fun and easy to use, and I recommend people at least try it once! Mark – Host Wisdom From Dads podcast.

    • Jocelyn

      Very much appreciated @mark_eckdahl:disqus We are glad you found it useful! :)

  • Sunny in London

    This helped quite a bit. I have an idea for a weekly show but need to watch more blabs before I jump out live myself. Can’t find the app in the apple store. Any suggestions? I searched ‘blab’ and don’t see anything accurate.

    • Sunny in London

      Oops! I was searching on my iPad. Just discovered it on phone. Cheers!

    • Marc Levy

      Good luck with the weekly show!

    • Jocelyn

      @sunnyinlondon:disqus Glad this helped! There is plenty of room for content, good luck, it will be great! :)

  • Stevie

    I love the concept. I Like that the blab can be held to run at a later time and that makes scheduling supporting content as well as getting awareness out there ahead of time. Is there an embed code for posting it into blogs?
    Melissa Reyes (@MizMeliz) great comments!

    • Marc Levy

      Hi Steve! I know that when you ‘host’ and ‘record’ a blab you get emailed the embed code once the blab is over. However, if you just want to embed a random blab into a web page, I don’t think public embed codes are available yet. Although i would imagine team blab will be making this feature available at some point soon.

  • Chef Dennis Littley

    What a wonderful article Jocelyn! thanks so much for including me in a screenshot. I just published a post on blab as well and left a link for your more complete Ultimate Guide to blab.

  • Amanda Werner

    Thanks for all the great tips! Does anyone know how to change your scheduled blab show picture?

    • Jocelyn

      Thanks @amanda_werner:disqus, at the moment there is currently not a way to change your ‘show picture’. However, I have seen many Blab hosts change their BLAB profile picture, and then schedule their shows. It does seem to work sometimes 😉

    • Marc Levy

      Hi Amanda, from what I have heard, this feature might be coming soon! Lots of requests for it.

  • Civilla1

    Jocelyn, great article, you answered a lot of questions! I would like to know if props are stored anywhere, or if they just go away at the end of the broadcast?

    • Jocelyn

      @disqus_loQuIBc2rf:disqus thank you! Props are not stored, they do disappear at the end. :)

      Your BLABs can be uploaded if you have recorded them. After your session, you will receive an email with the MP3, MP4 & embed link code. That should be able to upload to youtube as well. For a visual you can check under the Section: Hosting a BLAB and scroll down to Receiving and using your recording. Hope this helps!

      • Civilla1

        Awesome! Thank you Jocelyn!

  • Civilla M. Morgan

    Is there a way to re-coup the blab email with the embed info? I only have two email addresses, and I can’t find the email anywhere.

    • Jocelyn

      HI @civillamorgan:disqus, I would contact the team directly if you are having issues receiving the recording. It happens sometimes :/

      • Civilla M. Morgan

        Hi Jocelyn, found the blab. Thank you!

  • Scott Scowcroft

    Nicely done Jocelyn. Please consider renaming your guide “The Perpetually Updated Ultimate Guide to Blab,” and obviously keep it up-to-date.

    • Jocelyn

      Hahhh! @ScottScowcroft:disqus will take into consideration. I just published a new update, can you spot the difference? :)

  • Karen Goodman

    Good list…I wish I had found this on my first day there! I do have a question. I’m getting flooded with notifications so just turned them off. If I don’t have email notifications turned on, will I still get a notification for the ones I subscribe to either before or with the replay?

    • Marc Levy

      Hi Karen, I ‘think’ you should still get emailed the replay, although it’s a good question and I don’t 100% know. Test it and let us know here in the comments! :)

  • Aleasa Word

    Weird question, the photo only shows the bottom of my face on my scheduled blab. How do I fix that?

    • Marc Levy

      You need to make sure your face fits into the right viewable section i’m afraid. Although Blab do plan on making a custom image that can be uploaded for each blab show – hopefully that will arrive soon!

  • Valencia College

    Has anyone had success recording a Blab? We’d like to host a series of simple video interviews, and record them to save and share on other social channels. Suggestions?

  • Gwendolyn Johnson

    I had my first blab today. It did not go well!!!!!!

    • Jocelyn

      Oh no! :( What went wrong?

  • James Emry

    Wonderful article Jocelyn. Do you know if the “hide a recording” option is still on the table? Just did a test run and now hovering my mouse over the eye shows no indication that I can hide it.

    • Jocelyn

      Thank you @jamesemry:disqus! I believe the “Profile” pages are “under construction” at the moment and this feature is temporarily disabled. However, you should be able to still ‘hide’ your recording on the Blab Mobile App if you have an iPhone/iPad 😉

      • James Emry

        Good news! The option just popped up on my PC to ‘hide’ the recording. Looks like the construction is getting closer to being finished. Thanks for the tip though Jocelyn!

        • Jocelyn

          Excellent! Glad you caught the update 😉 It was pushed out yesterday, and I also posted an update to the guide as well. There will still be a few more updates. Thanks for checking back in @jamesemry:disqus :)

  • Lisa Larter

    fantastic post, will be sharing where to find your tutorial today when I speak at the CAPS National Convention

    • Jocelyn

      Thank you so much @lisalarter:disqus! I am glad it was helpful to you. :)


    GREAT article! At the moment Blab is putting my head in a spin, but I’d really like to adopt it and see if I can make it work. Do you mind if I share this article on all our social media? I think I’m the only one who knows about it!!!!

    Thank you! :)

    • Jocelyn

      Haha, thanks for the feedback @smmbusybee:disqus The share would be great :)

  • Richard Barker

    Great article, well done

  • Katharine

    Does have the function of a “follow me” button for my Website? A cute purple owl would do. Then friends could view my blabs at will and find them instantly?

    • Jocelyn

      That sounds like a great idea. You could use your @blab handle. For instance mine would be You just go to your profile page and copy that URL. It’s your profile page, so anytime you are live it will display on your profile :) I hope this helps. Any feature requests should be forwarded to @blab on Twitter 😀

      • Katharine

        I was asking if it exists already! :) I’m so new here, I can hardly take it all in. So you’re saying it would be easy for me to do, or that it’s already a feature? Because I’m not sure it would be so easy for me to do! Ha! I’ve been signed up for a week and already forgot my handle and password. :)

  • Leah Finlay

    Great article, thanks!!. Any idea where I can get some tech support for blab? I mean…some real help, (I’ve tried doing all the posted suggestions.)

    • Jocelyn

      Sure while you are on Blab you can ping @help &/or @blabstud & they should come to the rescue! :) If not, I would try to tweet to the team @blab for some tech support. Also, many users in the community will be able to help if you ask questions in the chat room.

      • Leah Finlay

        Thanks for your reply, this is very useful to know. It turned out to be a twitter problem and is solved. Cheers!

  • DanielPhilip55555

    what about promotion on the site, is it possible to get working links anywhere outside of the chat?

    • Jocelyn

      You can also attach links into your bio. That way every time someone views your profile card it shows up. I’ve attached a link to this guide in my profile card and many people are able to just click from viewing my profile. :)

  • Anita “AC” Clinton

    I’m preparing to host my first blab tomorrow for my bookclub discussion of H3: Be Humble. Stay Focused. Always Hustle. by Brad Lomenick. This is just want I what I needed…Thanks for sharing!

  • CoupleSodyPOPS

    how do I delete blab /?

    • Jocelyn

      At the moment you cannot delete a blab, you can only hide a blab. If you wish to no longer use the program just log out or reach out to the Blab team and they may delete your profile.

  • Gina Fiedel

    I have a question about something that frustrates the heck out of me and I’m hoping there’s an easy answer. When I watch either a live Blab or a Replay, I am unable to scroll the comments. I can only read the ones that are currently visible in the strip. I cannot view any of the earlier comments. This happens in all browsers. Makes no sense. Any thoughts?

    • Jocelyn

      Unfortunately, Blab has been set up that way. There currently isn’t a way to scroll through comments while viewing a replay.

  • Lois Wyant

    Can a guest join a blab from tablet or phone?

  • Paul Ragots

    They’ve changed everything around. Now I cannot see tags. It’s a mess now. They’ve rendered this post obsolete.

  • Elizabeth Blackwell

    This page might have been helpful when it was written, but most of the things described do not exist anymore and Blab doesn’t seem to work well enough for it to be actually useful for anything. Oh well…

  • sandspoint705

    how do i delete blab from my computer???

  • diego1115

    Hello…I just finished my first blab and I cannot find it…i havent received an email with the recording either…Im crushed…..any reasons?

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