11/21/2011 11:32 am ET Updated Jan 21, 2012

Introducing the HuffPost Status Page

Very often it's you, the members of the community, who bring our attention to issues and possible bugs, so I'm pleased to announce that we're launching a "HuffPost Status" page to keep you updated, in real-time, on all that's happening backstage. The page will allow us to directly communicate our responses to your concerns and let you know how we're implementing your advice.

It works like this: our community support staff will be posting the latest information about your technical questions and concerns that are received through the contact page, and how we're handling them. We think "HuffPost Status" will make it easier for you to know what we're working on. That said, please keep staying on us. It's your opinions and your voices that make our community so vibrant. If you notice something that seems wrong, or you think could use tweaking, please:
  • Visit HuffPost Backstage to see if the problem is related to an update being made to the site or to one of our existing features.
  • If it's not, please check to see if the problem has already been reported by visiting the Status Page.
  • If you don't see anything in either place, look on the Status Page for a link that enables you to report bugs directly to our tech team.

We hope our new system makes reporting issues easier, while giving you a clearer sense of how we're working to improve the site. As always, thank you.