Stewart's Blog

All public blogs written by JetPunk user Stewart.
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The monthly round up for JetPunk's Daily Word Search, including the 4 themes you get to decide on for July's Community Choice.

Today's Word Search features a bunch of letters at the end which seem random and garbled. In fact, there is a hidden code!

Thanks to overtired, this is now solved!

The monthly round up for JetPunk's Daily Word Search, including the 4 themes you get to decide on for June's Community Choice.

The monthly round up for JetPunk's Daily Word Search, including the 4 themes you get to decide on for May's Community Choice.

The quickfire stats return for a second month! And see the 4 themes you get to decide on for April's Community Choice.

No, you're not dreaming! It's not a joke, the 20th interviewee of this series is... the series maker baptiste himself! Ponder what questions and insights might lay ahead, or read them by clicking on this blog!

A summary of the changes made to JetPunk's minigame based on your feedback provided in the previous Follow-up blog.

Also, we give you the chance to decide a theme for a future Word Search!

Ever wondered what the smallest word search containing every country, state or capital city is? Well look no further! Today, I show you a few such word searches!

Today we look at how JetPunk's newest minigame has performed over its first 3 weeks, and more importantly we're looking for feedback from the community on it.

JetPunk's newest minigame comes in the form of a daily word search! A brand new puzzle every single day.

This is a list of the top 5 quizmakers in each language, as of December 15th 2021.

Last year we took a look at the most popular JetPunk series. This year we look again to see what has changed.

As 2021 draws to a close, we're here to recap all that happened on JetPunk this year. Tune into JetPunk's second "Year in Review"!

We want to wish our users on JetPunk Happy Holidays and we'll see you in 2022!

This is not your usual milestone blog.

Just a rant on one the easy things so many users get notoriously wrong.

After some turbulent times on JetPunk, it has been decided that it is time for a change. Toxicity cannot be allowed to spread across JetPunk, and all instances of it will be punished.

I recently released a quiz called Random Category Elimination - Countries and some have asked how it was made, and the complexities behind its algorithms.

In this series we'll go into the depths of JetPunk, putting it under the microscope and revealing never before seen statistics, information and behind-the-scenes of how some things work at JetPunk.
In this first blog, we take a look at JetPunk Badges.

Welcome to your updated Quiz Editor! Featuring a sleek, modern appearance and packed with several new features for all quizmakers to enjoy.

One of the most powerful, and most complicated, parts of the Blog Editor is the new "Split View" component that allows to split the view vertically or horizontally. This aims to help explain how to use this component, and the potential it has to make better blogs. This was added as part of The Blog Update.

A closer look at Image Components within the Blog Editor that was created as part of The Blog Update.

A handy guide to the new Divider and Heading components that were introduced in the new Blog Editor, as part of The Blog Update.

An in-depth look into the new Text Components within the Blog Editor that was created as part of The Blog Update. This aims to provide clarity and aid to those who wish to receive it.

Blogs have been a small part of JetPunk since their inception in June 2019. Now, in the biggest update since last year's SVG Update, we introduce a brand new Blog Editor, and many new features including Blog Languages, Blog Series and Blog Tags!

Many blog comments are becoming annoying and spammy, here's how we're going to combat that.

Update: Blog reports are now more powerful, use them to report spam where necessary.

Ever wondered what the biggest series on JetPunk are? Find out here, as well as some weird and wonderful facts about quiz series in general on JetPunk.

The end of 2020 is in sight, and what a year it has been. Let's summarise this year as it happened here on JetPunk, but which new users of 2020 topped the charts? Which new quizzes released in 2020 were the most popular? All will be revealed in JetPunk's first ever "Year in Review"!

We also look at the traffic over the year and how JetPunk might look going into 2021. We want to wish our users on JetPunk Happy Holidays and we'll see you in 2021!

Just 8 months after Even Split was released, I've created another new minigame for JetPunk. This time, it's all about Flags and Shapes of countries!

One of the biggest updates to JetPunk in a long time, and it's all about Maps! Clickable Map Quizzes have had a massive overhaul, we now have a fully comprehensive SVG Guide, as well as making the whole SVG experience on JetPunk much nicer.

How has global lockdowns and closed schools affected who is using JetPunk in 2020? Turns out, quite a lot has changed in just a couple months!

Ever wondered which quizzes are taken the most by people from different countries? This blog enlightens that idea by showing which quizzes received the most traffic from five different countries of origin.

Starting today, you'll be able to use JetPunk to create and take quizzes that we call Tile Select. Just go here to get started.

Ever wondered which user written blogs actually get read? Well this blog hopes to enlighten that using basic statistics from Google Analytics.

Filter user quizzes by language on their profiles as well as recent user blog page and more!

Introducing a way to schedule your quizzes for the future, collaborate with others on a quiz as well as some other minor changes.

We recently updated our random quizzes so that they can now be created by all users. On top of this we added a brand new feature - Randomized Maps!

On JetPunk, we have what's called type-ins. These use regular expressions to pattern-match what the user has entered into the text box against set expressions. For example, the expression might simply mean "type DOG exactly", so the user would have to type in the word "dog". This blog post will hopefully provide all the tools and knowledge to use these to their fullest capabilities.