Tumblr has designed a dynamic layout whose goal is to turn writing into a more intuitive experience. Instead of having the usual toolbar where users clicked the corresponding tool, with the latest update, the editor adopts a minimalistic approach and each time you want to attach a file all you have to do is to click on the ‘+’ button that follows you throughout the writing process. Whether it’s image, video or sound, Tumblr will handle it.
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But the changes don’t end here. Tumblr has added support for subheads and horizontal lines and it promises that it will soon roll out more updates that will make our texts more attractive and flashy – and what’s more important: everything looks exactly how it’s going to look on the dashboard.
You can check out the full announcement here.
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