How come the page is different?
Is there a way to switch back to the old one?
Taken from the requests of many users, and constructed by the talented design community behind the core WordPress software, this is now the future of the WordPress Dashboard.
Like any new interface, it will take some time to get used to, but it really is a nice improvement.
On the bottom of the page, it keep asking to upgrade my INTERNET EXPLORER.
What version of IE are you using?
Argh, I hate having to go to a different place for subscriptions but now it won’t even pull them! The new dashboard would be fine if IT WORKED. A “My Subscriptions” link should take me to them. It does not.
As mentioned on that page, we’ve moved the management of subscriptions to the Subscriptions tab on the main WordPress.com page: http://wordpress.com/#subs&p=subscriptions.manage.blogs
Subscriptions seems to be “thinking” but not coming up. Issue with that move to the tab? Not working for me.
It does not. Little blue lights flashing indicating it is about to present them but that’s all that happens…tried to “backdoor” into them from the new dashboard also. Subs not coming up. Using latest IE by the way if that is relevant.
IT DOES NOT WORK. I do not have the most recent IE. This just happened. Went to lunch and came back to this mess. I cannot get to subscriptions which, since Blog Surfer doesn’t update anymore, is a bit of a problem. Blog Surfer was great – not sure why that ever needed to be messed with.
Have you read this? http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2011/05/19/just-write/
It looks like all the tabs on the main WordPress.com are a bit broken, we’re currently looking into it.
I cannot get a full screen to input a new post. WTF.
I lost my dashboard menu completely!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hang in there, all present issues should be resolve shortly.
Clearing your browser’s cache may also resolve any lingering issues: http://en.support.wordpress.com/browser-issues/#clear-your-cache-and-cookies
This seems like a major revision, not an incidental upgrade. Also, it should work. How does it happen that WP launches this new interface without making sure it checks out? The problems are huge and easy to notice!!
We check it out. Changes like this are actually part of the core WordPress software and go through extensive testing between both us and eager self-hosted WordPress users before being rolled out here.
These days, you just can’t account for every possible scenario until 18 million users get their hands on it.
It’s looking great, thanks WordPress as usual.
Just want to mention Mac, that my dashboard is working just fine but none of my main tabs on the main wp.COM page are doing anything for me. I’m patient though, I’ll check back in the morning & I can’t wait to try that new full page posting feature! YAY!
That issue, we’re definitely aware of it and working towards a swift resolution.
I’m on a Mac and have tried three different browsers to try to get my subscription management page or the recent posts of the blogs I’m subscribed to. Nothing works, The default for various links winds up being either the Freshly Pressed page or my own blog page.
Any chance this is a problem only for Mac users? Nobody has indicated which OS they use in in the above complaints.
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