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Tumblr For Dummies Portable Edition by Sue Jenkins

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Chapter 4

Using the Dashboard

In This Chapter

arrow Getting to know the Dashboard menu

arrow Creating new blogs

arrow Searching for Help

arrow Editing preferences

arrow Logging in and out

arrow Exploring the sidebar

arrow Launching your site

With its plain blue background, simple buttons, and icon navigation, your Tumblr account has a lot of parts that look pretty similar from page to page. Thankfully, you can use the Dashboard icons at the top of the screen to get to most of the places that you need to go. After you create your initial Tumblr account, you use your Dashboard to create new blogs, search for help, edit your account preferences, launch your site, and log in to and out of your account from multiple computers and devices.

The other area you’ll use quite often to navigate through your Tumblr site is the Dashboard ...

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