Blogger has been quiet for quite some time on what will be next in the Blogger.com world. With the persistent problems in performance, Blogger users would first like to be assured that more effort is being put into developing a more stable and reliable base product.
However, there is talk about other enhancements in the development or "We're thinking about it" stage.
Here are some ideas that Blogger is looking into as reported in Computerworld:
Native image uploading. The ability to upload images directly through a native Blogger interface instead of through indirect methods.
Private groups. Although it is possible to password protect blogs with third-party products, Blogger does not support private blogs or private areas. This would allow Blogger users to control who can view their blogs.
Gmail integration. This would be a natural. However, everyone is a bit fuzzy at this point as to what integration would entail and exactly what benefits this would bring to Blogger and Gmail users.
Mobile Blogger. Google introduced the latest enhancement to Blogger last week, when it launched Blogger Mobile, a feature that lets users create a new blog and post to it from mobile devices. "There's lots of people walking around with little blogging appliances which others may call mobile phones." --Biz Stone