I have asked my question twice and I'm still having trouble — need resolution!

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    Please help. How do I change the first page I see when I log into my WordPress account? That’s all I want to know. I do NOT want to have to bookmark the page I want just to get there in the future. I want it to show up immediately and automatically as soon as I log in on wordpress.com.

    What I want is to be directed right to my Dashboard. That’s all. I don’t need “Blogs I Follow” or any of that other stuff. I just want my Dashboard.

    It used to be that I was taken right to Freshly Pressed, which I didn’t mind so much because it was interesting. But please stop asking me if I want to follow any blogs, because I don’t.

    Please help. This is really frustrating. I have yet to get a straight answer to this question after months of asking.

    The blog I need help with is melissascookbook.wordpress.com.



    You got a straight answer six months ago:


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    justpi, thank you — but I tried the Meta Widget, and it doesn’t do what I’m looking for.

    Bookmarking the page I want won’t work for me because I don’t always log on from the same computer.

    Is there any other way to change the page I see when I first log in? I would love some more detailed help with this. I’m not a novice, but I’m not a blogging expert either.



    No there’s no other way.
    What I’ve done is bookmark my dashboard, and when I’m on another computer I just type the URL of my blog followed by this – it’s not hard to remember:


    Justpi —

    Oh, well. But thank you very much. I appreciate your help.


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