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February 20, 2013
While not everyone loves the Tumblr dashboard redesign, they do keep adding really cool little details to make life better for people using it. Among recent additions: Inline links and source-code editing (the latter shown above; note the color-coding). These tweaks are under the radar and may not be noticed by a lot of people—but totally appreciated.

While not everyone loves the Tumblr dashboard redesign, they do keep adding really cool little details to make life better for people using it. Among recent additions: Inline links and source-code editing (the latter shown above; note the color-coding). These tweaks are under the radar and may not be noticed by a lot of people—but totally appreciated.

19:43 // 1 year ago
January 26, 2013
Tumblr redesign update: Hearing reports that the pinned post, along with the older highlighted post, is dead. The pinned post, while used somewhat heavily over the past few months, drew much frustration from end users (and um, Newsweek), though the highlighted post never truly caught on with users. The feature change was first noticed by comedy writer and Tumblr user Julie Klausner, who (in a tweet yesterday afternoon) asked why she was no longer able to pin.

Tumblr redesign update: Hearing reports that the pinned post, along with the older highlighted post, is dead. The pinned post, while used somewhat heavily over the past few months, drew much frustration from end users (and um, Newsweek), though the highlighted post never truly caught on with users. The feature change was first noticed by comedy writer and Tumblr user Julie Klausner, who (in a tweet yesterday afternoon) asked why she was no longer able to pin.

17:23 // 1 year ago
January 25, 2013
20:41 // 1 year ago
January 24, 2013
thecathybrid:


louismod:


artistic-renegade:


spacu:


shortformblog:


Tumblr’s getting a dashboard redesign today, which will allow people to post straight from the dashboard rather than a separate interface. You know, like Twitter. ”Now you’re making posts the same way you’re reading them,” the company says. Thoughts?


Idiotic and ugly and unnecessary. this isn’t twitter


So missing e fix?


Ew. 
Why is it that they keep changing things that don’t need to be changed? Nothing’s broken here, why try to ‘fix’ it? 


……i doubt this is real….


The first stage of the Kübler-Ross model is denial. Also, this article links to TechCrunch, so it’s pretty real. This post is getting a lot of very disappointed reblogs by the way.
Anyone get this yet? What are your thoughts?

thecathybrid:

louismod:

artistic-renegade:

spacu:

shortformblog:

Tumblr’s getting a dashboard redesign today, which will allow people to post straight from the dashboard rather than a separate interface. You know, like Twitter. ”Now you’re making posts the same way you’re reading them,” the company says. Thoughts?

Idiotic and ugly and unnecessary. this isn’t twitter

So missing e fix?

Ew. 

Why is it that they keep changing things that don’t need to be changed? Nothing’s broken here, why try to ‘fix’ it? 

……i doubt this is real….

The first stage of the Kübler-Ross model is denial. Also, this article links to TechCrunch, so it’s pretty real. This post is getting a lot of very disappointed reblogs by the way.

Anyone get this yet? What are your thoughts?

16:27 // 1 year ago
Tumblr’s getting a dashboard redesign today, which will allow people to post straight from the dashboard rather than a separate interface. You know, like Twitter. ”Now you’re making posts the same way you’re reading them,” the company says. Thoughts?

Tumblr’s getting a dashboard redesign today, which will allow people to post straight from the dashboard rather than a separate interface. You know, like Twitter. ”Now you’re making posts the same way you’re reading them,” the company says. Thoughts?

10:49 // 1 year ago
June 8, 2011
11:56 // 2 years ago