I’m Not Feeling It WordPress

So glow little icon, glow! Give me that virtual validation that you do, do so well.

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This was a line of an early post, Finding Inspiration, trying to describe the bubbling, good feeling I got every time that notification icon lit up with some symbol. I’m still new and I still love to see that giant orange star or @ symbol and especially the Plus!

But now they’re gone and I’m finding their replacement to be seriously anticlimactic.

The bell is cute. One little, teeny tiny orange dot, kind of on the top but sloping down the side of it though? I feel like that’s what it should have used to be; not the new and improved version.

So WordPress, Daily Post – I’m not feeling it.  Sorry.  I like most of your improvements, and maybe I’m a lone cry-baby here but…maybe I’m not.

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