Get Tumblr to Change Their Login Page Back

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Get Tumblr to Change Their Login Page Back

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Due to 65 million Tumblr accounts being linked, Tumblr took it upon themselves to change the login page so users' passwords can be changed there and then. From a login page that requires both email and password to only email. Basically once a user fills in their email, they are sent an email message that includes a link to a secure page where the user can their password. It is understandable why they change the login page, for security.

There is one problem though, Tumblr users whose emails have been recently faulty at the time of the change can no longer access Tumblr since they would need to receive an email message containing the link to the password-changing page. From users with email addresses no longer exist to users whose email addresses are full of glitches, they have been locked out of Tumblr. Attempts have been made to contact Tumblr Support to fix the problem, but they only send automated emails that do not understand the problem and keep suggesting the users to start a new account. They clear do not understand that no one actually wants to start from scratch.

If Tumblr wants a substantial portion of their users back, they need to change the login page back to the way it used to be (even temporarily) so users can change their passwords themselves on their Tumblr accounts and change their faulty email addresses to working email addresses as well. It's more efficient than making them change their passwords through an email/link.

If you sign the petition, we might be able to get Tumblr's attention and fix the problem at hand. Please help the Tumblr users who just want to return to their fully complete Tumblr accounts.

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