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  • Analman69

    Im pretty sure this is an option you can turn on or off within your personal blog settings

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  • FckMe2Dad

    Not available in my settings. Where did you find it, Analman69?

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  • SS

    It was an option before, however only original posts, with a date stamp. It no longer is available. I’m requesting a date & time stamp for all posts, original & reblogs.

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  • lilsubbie87

    I believe it shows up when you hit the comments button on a post for when it was posted...not sure how it works for reblogs though.

    Edit: not sure why you downvoted but this has been implemented unless there is an issue with it. From their March 1st announcement on the dashboard:

    1st March 2019

    Apart from timestamps we're also going to roll out further updates for the mobile devices (especially for the issues with notes and chat) today. 

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  • Marvin

    What purpose does This serve? Cant see why anyone would can't or care about the posted date and time. Or the reblogged date and time...

    Maybe it would be useful when going through an archive but otherwise I can't see the point.

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  • james robinson

    Marvin i agree that it would be more beneficial in an archive view, however not everyone likes to view so many images at once. I think the timestamp serves those who follow a blog that is already well established and desire to view older content in a clean minimal environment vice the archive view

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  • Jennie

    People often post a "talk to me" type post. It would be useful to know if that was from 10 minutes ago or 45 minutes ago, particularly if that was a reblogged post. Sometimes the dash traffic isn't the best indicator of actual activity, since the dash feed is usually dominated by a few posters.

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  • Mononc Paul

    Right now, in Edit Blog, I can set the switch Show Date to ON.  Doing so, shows when a post was published on the feed only.

    It does not show any timestamps anywhere else (mainpage.bdsmlr.com, archive, sidebar...).

    Of course, I understand that if a specific user as turned OFF the Show Date switch, I will never see his/her post timestamps.

    I like to see the timestamps when I see posts with lots of notes.   I'm curious to see if they have high traffic short term or if they are around for long time.

    Thanks

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  • Marinus181

    I do think it should be that you don't have to press any buttons. That it's just noted always when looking through something. Preferably at the top of the post. I don't see why you should have the ability to turn that off, why would anyone ever need to hide it?

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  • Slutbane

    I'm with you, Marinus

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