Posts Tagged ‘tumblr’
In a online social world, we are getting more inter-connected and community-driven — that is, not just the author is the one being the driving force, readers and the community are part of it too. With this concept in mind, Tumblr has launched a feature called Submissions which let readers submit posts via web or email and contribute to your blog. We hope this will take off as a communal sharing system.
Photos are what defines the web as a whole — no chunky amount of texts, just pics and they can tell a lot more than words can say. That’s why Tumblr is introducing a new feature called Photosets which enables you to upload a collection of photos and post it as a Tumblr post. Now Tumblr just got a lot more photo-friendly as a place for sharing photos.
Hate scrolling and you have too many Tumblr posts?? Then Tumblr’s latest update might be for you. Tumlr is now testing a new feature called Endless Dashboard scrolling which you can enable on your preference page. However, it is claimed that it is not supported in Internet Explorer but Internet Explorer users are the vast majority and there would be less people using it. What’s your take on this?
OK, you knew this was coming — Tumblr was coming to your TV as announced by Boxee but Tumblr has made an official post and its pretty cool on what your TV can do for you for your social networking. Here’s a large picture on what’s on it — music and slideshow. Love it or hate it, comment and tell us!!
Tumblr launched a new feature yesterday: Sharing Posts You’ve Liked Now there is a new update to their Tumblr For The iPhone app — the have updated it dashboard interface and it is more functional and prettier. We have not tried it out yet but we have to say it looks pretty neat. You can download Tumblr for the iPhone for free at the App Store. Take it out for a test drive and tell us if it’s good!!
Tumblr is a great micro-blogging service and it has a lot in common with Twitter like reblogging and liking other posts, but it’s always great to let people know what stuffs you have liked recently, so Tumblr is now testing a new feature: Share posts you’ve liked. By enabling it in your Tumblr preferences, you can let your friends know what posts you have liked recently. This is a very nifty features which only friends can have access to — permission to access the content will be denied to anyone who are not your friends. Try it out and tell us what you think.