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  1. Rick Hansen visit http://friendsplus.me and hit the “Get started” button.

    Kim Beasley Mitch Wagner Luis Roca I have enabled Tumblr support for your accounts. Visit your dashboard, add a new Tumblr destination account and give it a ride.

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  2. Chris Payne I have enabled Tumblr support for your account. Give it a try.

    Alexandre Trotta so you want a Google+ posts published to a non-public circle to be reposted to a specific Facebook friend? Do I understand you correctly?

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  3. Friends+Me When I click on the link in the title, it takes me to the article instead of to the post. Is there a setting that I need to change. Or is it like this on all of the reshares?

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  4. Kim Beasley it is like this for all reshares. I can make it work the same way as Facebook repost. And add option “Always link back to the original Google+ activity” so the link will go to shared content or to the original Google+ post.

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  5. Friends+Me I will soon. 

    I notice when posting a link, it appears on Tumblr as follows:

    – Original headline
    – My text
    – brief horizontal line
    – The original blurb. 

    That was surprising. I’m not sure if it’s a bug or a feature.

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  6. Friends+Me I’d prefer it just reproduce my post, without the original blurb, which Google+ does not include. I’m concerned about confusing Tumblr readers.

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  7. Mitch Wagner I have removed “the original blurb” from repost. We could make it configurable in the future because I feel it just fits well to blog posts. The repeated text is fixed.

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  8. Alexandre Trotta we believe “soon” is until the end of this month and repost FB Groups will be soon also 😉

    Luis Roca interesting idea, we’ll check that.

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  9. So what do you think? Is there something about Tumblr reposts we can improve, fix or change?

    Mark Rivera Kim Beasley Mitch Wagner Luis Roca

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  10. Friends+Me Luis Roca suggests a brilliant feature: Support for Markdown-style links in Tumblr syndication. 

    Post a link to G+ using Markdown style, and it converts to a true hyperlink on Tumblr. 

    This would support both inline and reference links.

    Also, paragraphs preceded by a “>” on Google+ would get converted to blockquotes on Tumblr. 

    Luis Roca Are there any other Markdown features that should be converted to HTML in Tumblr? G+ handles bold and italics differently than Markdown does, so F+M would have to respect the G+ style there. 

    I’d really love to see this kind of Markdown supported by F+M.

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  11. Mitch Wagner Luis Roca that sounds like an interesting idea, but technically a bit complicated.

    Du Sponda Tumblr support is enabled for your account, give it a try!

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  12. Friends+Me I’m curious: Why complicated? I should think it would be fairly simple. You translate +mentions to live links on Tumblr — which I love — I’d think this would be simpler. What am I missing?

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  13. Mitch Wagner Luis Roca Du Sponda  I gave it a second thought and it wouldn’t be technically that hard to accomplish. I’ll add this feature to roadmap as a low priority task.

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