On the heels of a major security breach, Tumblr has launched an update that brings back the old activity feed and gives users a new view for all their notes.
“First, the new Activity page lets you graph the latest activity on your blog, view your top fans and posts, and see all of your recent notifications,” says Tumblr. This “new” activity page appears to be a reworking of the old Tumblr activity feed, which launched a few years ago and was killed within months. It provided all types of stats, and even showed a leaderboard of sorts of other popular blogs across the network. This new activity page is all about personal analytics:
Next up, Tumblr has improved the way you view all your notes. They’ve added infinite scrolling to highlight all of your likes, reblogs, replies, etc.
Check out the new view:
In other Tumblr news, despite CEO David Karp’s declarations about not policing adult content on Tumblr, the site has rolled out some stricter porn guidelines that makes the content extremely hard to find on the site.