Webon to Zeeblio
Topic: Site Builder News
Today all sites have officially made the migration from Webon to Zeeblio. Over the last few weeks, we have let you test Zeeblio out and listened to your feedback while making changes based on your requests. Finally, we were able to transfer everyone's sites over to Zeeblio.
What does this mean for my Webon site?
All of your hard work has been ported over to Zeeblio. Your text, images, videos, add-ons - anything that was in Webon is now in Zeeblio.
What if I come across a problem?
If you find that something is gravely wrong with your site (not just my Weather Zombie add-on went away and now I have to re-add it!), don't publish your page and contact customer support. Publishing your page will overwrite your currently fine Webon site and will publish anything that may be incorrect.
I didn't try out Zeeblio because I thought I was able to keep my Webon site. Can I go back?
We have created Zeeblio to make your experience better. We have listened to customer feedback more than ever which is why we gave you the chance to try it out first before migrating everyone over. For members who previously had Webon sites, Zeeblio will come to you as second nature. Zeeblio is built with Webon users in mind but has some major alterations to make features work better and look sharper. We cannot move websites from Zeeblio back to Webon but would love to hear any feedback in order to make your experience better on Zeeblio by clicking the "Feedback" button in your builder.
What features are different from Webon?
To learn more about Zeeblio, check out our past blog posts and read up about it on zeeblio.com.
Is Zeeblio free?
The Zeeblio builder is completely free. Your current plan structure will not change at all with this migration.
Want to learn more?
Go to zeebliohelp.tripod.com to get in-depth descriptions about all of the features of the builder. You can even submit requests for new articles to be added to the knowledge base on the home page.
If you have any troubles at all during the migration, contact customer support .
Posted by team-blog
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