Experimental new version of the site navigation on desktop web

Tumblr is currently running an experimental new version of the site navigation on desktop web. This new navigation is designed to be more intuitive and easier to use. The main changes include:

  • A new top navigation bar with links to your dashboard, inbox, notifications, and more.
  • A new side navigation bar with links to your blogs, drafts, and other features.
  • A new search bar that is more prominent and easier to use.

Tumblr is asking for feedback on the new navigation. If you have any feedback, you can submit it to Support as “Feedback”.

Here are some of the benefits of the new site navigation:

  • It is more intuitive and easier to use. The new top navigation bar and side navigation bar make it easier to find the features you need.
  • It is more consistent with the rest of the Tumblr website. The new navigation uses the same design language as the rest of the website, which makes it look more polished and professional.
  • It is more mobile-friendly. The new navigation is designed to work well on mobile devices, which is important for Tumblr users who access the site on their phones and tablets.

If you are interested in trying out the new site navigation, you can do so by going to Tumblr on your desktop web browser. If you don’t see the new navigation, you can enable it by going to your settings and checking the box next to “Enable experimental site navigation”.

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