That is to VIEW the list.
It is recommended you make a COPY of the list
AFTER sign-ups are closed.
If you make a copy now, it will not update as more people join.
Instructions on using this method were provided last year.
http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/2019/03/master-list-atozchallenge-2019-and-post.html To sign-up, click here.
You must use the Google Form to sign up. You cannot input your data on the sheet.
To quickly check if you are on the Master List, go to it https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nZ7UupzB78MvJnraN9khkLJT3jM6uOP1LTDc8gaQluY and use the find function (Ctrl+F, or Edit > Find), then type the name of your blog.
Co-hosts cannot, and will not, sign you up. Do not sign up blogs that are not yours.
You must use the Google Form to get on the Master List. The Google Form may also provide an option to edit your response.
We have done away with the daily lists.
This was discussed at length.
- The daily lists confused some people.
- Some people were upset that they had to spend 36 seconds a day to get on the daily lists.
- There was too much debate about how long the daily lists needed to stay open.
- Some people weren’t making copies with all the blogs.
- Some people weren’t able to get on the list before it closed.
The drawback is that there may be some “dead” links as the month goes on.
Keeping the Master List perfect requires several hours a day. People have tried, and have run away screaming.
So the Master List might not be perfect. The team will do the best we can to remove spam and inappropriate links.
HOWEVER, if blogs drop out in April, we won’t be cleaning the list to reflect it.
Here’s the thing though:
Most of you will make your own copy of the list anyway. (Hopefully you’ll wait until sign-ups close on April 6. Or go back and grab the information on the blogs you may have missed.)
Therefore, we won’t be able to edit YOUR private copies anyway. If you find a blog that dropped out, and you’ve made a copy of the Master List for yourself, just delete it on your copy. Or don’t. We’ll never know.
The daily lists were less popular than the Master List. That’s something we learned from the after survey.
We urge you not to make personal copies of the current Master List until more bloggers have had a chance to sign-up.
Several people have asked for the link so they can make sure they signed up. That’s why this is being shared now instead of later, as planned.
Please keep spreading the word about the challenge to all the bloggers you know.