Remember your old admin bar (displayed at the top of your screen while you’re logged in to WordPress.com)? Up until today, it’s looked something like this while viewing an individual post: But we wanted to make it easier for your visitors to interact with you via Likes and Follows , so we’ve cleaned it up a bit. Now it looks like this: Better, right!? Now on the right hand side of the admin bar where your Gravatar is displayed, you have easy access to your user profile, all the blogs you can contribute to , and all the comments you’ve made across WordPress.com: In the blog menu on the left side of the admin bar, you’ll see all the stuff related to the blog you’re currently viewing. If you’re looking at a post on your own blog, the menu will display links to your dashboard, post editor, comment moderation panel, custom menus , and widgets . Next to the blog menu are the Follow and Like buttons, along with a sparkline , which reflects the last 48 hours of page views on the blog: When viewing posts on other blogs on WordPress.com, the blog menu on the left side of the admin bar will display the following options, as well as the shortlink and theme information: If you hover over the WordPress.com logo in the left corner, you’ll see the following quick links: Lastly, you may have noticed that you’re no longer able to reblog a post after clicking the Like button. Don’t worry — we’re cooking up some reblogging improvements that you’ll have access to very soon. Stay tuned!
Enjoy A Shiny New, Simplified Admin Bar