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Tumblr is making comments more readable for mobile, but it’s losing a touch of charm

02/09/2015

Tumblr’s reblogging feature is getting an overhaul. Now, users will see in-line comments rather than a tree of shares and blockquote (...)
Tumblr’s reblogging feature is getting an overhaul. Now, users will see in-line comments rather than a tree of shares and blockquote indents. The reason for the change is readability on the small screen. As posts gain popularity, the back and forth of reblogs and comments can get tough to follow and read. Tumblr says the change “showcases all comments as equals, not buried under an impossible stack of blockquote indents.” Users may not feel as strongly, though. Part of Tumblr’s charm was it’s oddball repost/commenting scheme. While it makes sense for viewing on smaller screens, the actual execution will leave… This story continues at The Next Web Tumblr’s reblogging feature is getting an overhaul. Now, users will see in-line comments rather than a tree of shares and blockquote indents. The reason for the change is readability on the small screen. As posts gain popularity, the back and forth of reblogs and comments can get tough to follow and read. Tumblr says the change “showcases all comments as equals, not buried under an impossible stack of blockquote indents.” Users may not feel as strongly, though. Part of Tumblr’s charm was it’s oddball repost/commenting scheme. While it makes sense for viewing on smaller screens, the actual execution will leave… This story continues at The Next Web
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