Following its move to embrace iPads and Android tablets last month, social blogging platform Tumblr has redesigned the way users create new posts. Previously, users were taken to a new page to create a post (based on text, photos, quotes, etc), but now users never need to leave their Dashboard at all to create. Instead, a pleasant animation quickly dims your Dashboard and a new post submission form pops up. According to Tumblr, this change is a “step toward making the Dashboard a smaller and more streamlined experience.” (via Tumblr launches quicker, Twitter-like post creation for a smaller and more streamlined experience - The Next Web)

Following its move to embrace iPads and Android tablets last month, social blogging platform Tumblr has redesigned the way users create new posts. Previously, users were taken to a new page to create a post (based on text, photos, quotes, etc), but now users never need to leave their Dashboard at all to create. Instead, a pleasant animation quickly dims your Dashboard and a new post submission form pops up. According to Tumblr, this change is a “step toward making the Dashboard a smaller and more streamlined experience.” (via Tumblr launches quicker, Twitter-like post creation for a smaller and more streamlined experience - The Next Web)

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    Still not available on my dash, though.
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