Sync drafts on Windows Live Writer with LiveMesh

Update: Microsoft has decided to retire Live Mesh service. You can read more about it here.

When I started my blogging journey, I discovered the real fun of using Windows Live Writer rather late. Since I have started using Live Writer, I have come to the conclusion that it is the best blogging tool ever. Quite a few followers on Devils Workshop do agree at least according to this discussion on our Facebook page. :-)

Now came the tricky part. I blog from two different computers. One at home and the other at work. The best option for me was to use Live Mesh to sync up drafts on Windows Live Writer.

Setting up Live Writer and Live Mesh

Sync draft folder of Live Writer

** C:/User/My Documents/My Weblog Posts/ Drafts**

Just a note of caution on using Live Mesh on your work computer. Most times while using work computers, we tend to disable logging into an account automatically. In this case make sure that your are signed into Live Mesh so all files are synced. 😉

Do drop in your comments and views.

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Aditya Kane

Aditya Kane

Passionate about technology, books, history, cricket and politics. I like to think I am platform agnostic. rtCamp Blog Network - Editor -in- Chief