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Previously I could that in specials menu, but it seems that there is no such option in 2.8 version.

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  • $\begingroup$ did you try searching for subdivide smooth in the search menu (F3) or (SPACE) [depends on how you set it up in the preferences] when in edit mode? $\endgroup$ – Samir Rahamtalla Feb 7 at 6:35
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It appears that they have removed the Subdivide Smooth option in 2.80 (at least in the version I have). However, it's always actually been a bit redundant as the Subdivide tool has a Smoothness slider that, when set to 1, behaves the exact same way as Subdivide smooth did. Plus, Blender will use your most recently used settings when subdividing, so it will the Subdivide tool will act exactly like Subdivide Smooth until you tell it otherwise (or close Blender). The Subdivide tool should still be in the specials menu like before.

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Select the object, left click and press subdivide. Then click on subdivide that appeared on the bottom left and turn the smoothness all the way up.

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  • $\begingroup$ With the Blender 2.8 default settings it's right click, just in case somebody gets confused. $\endgroup$ – rjg Aug 9 at 10:38

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