Organization with labels
- Label Pages
- Tag pages all over Tumblr
- Label pages on the blog
- URL tags
- Using pages to organize labels
Tagging your posts is a great way to show your content to the communities you want to reach, but it’s also a great tool for organizing, collecting, and displaying your posts using tag pages in the blog.
Tumblr-wide tag pages
A tag page is a dashboard-style view of posts with a given tag.
You can bookmark a tag page by following it, making it easier to come back to it later. Following a tag will also inject some posts from that tag to your dashboard, but you can disable this option with the Include followed tag posts toggle in your dashboard settings.
There are several ways to access a tags page:
- Click on the beacon on your dashboard.
- Add the tag name to the end of tumblr.com/tagged in your browser’s address bar.
- Start typing the tag, then click the Go to #___ suggestion .
Are your original posts not showing up in recent results? See our article on appearing in search results .
Tag pages in the blog
Clicking (or tapping) on a tag on your own blog will take you to your blog’s tag page for that tag.
You can also link to posts with a tag, by adding /tagged /tag to your blog URL. For instance:
http://staff.tumblr.com/tagged/features http://staff.tumblr.com/tagged/events _ _
These links will only display the 200 most recent posts with this tag in reverse chronological order (latest posts at the top).
To display posts in chronological order (older posts on top), add /chrono to the end of the tag URL (i.e. http://staff.tumblr.com/tagged/features/chrono).
Some themes won’t show tags, but they will still appear in the dashboard and be searchable across Tumblr (unless you’ve hidden it from search results).
Tags in URLs
For some characters to work properly in URLs, they need special handling. For example, if your tag has multiple words, your links should have %20 instead of the space. If your tag has a + sign, you’ll need to use %2B instead. Here are some examples of what these would look like:
|Your tag||How the URL will look|
For this reason, in October 2021, we’ve announced a new toggle to substantially improve the accuracy of those results. If you’re having trouble with your URLs not working properly, try toggling the Use better tagged and search URL decoding option from your blog customize menu (remember to hit Save after toggling it on):
Using that toggle does not require changes to the tags on your posts (past or future ones). It will only change the URLs of your tag pages, so keep this in mind if you have a master list of your blog’s tag pages.
With that toggle disabled, a blog’s tagged URL like https://staff.tumblr.com/tagged/tumblr-tuesday would turn tumblr-tuesday into tumblr tuesday, and you’d see posts with that tag (same with search URLs).
If you have that toggle enabled, that https://staff.tumblr.com/tagged/tumblr-tuesday URL will be decoded as tumblr-tuesday instead. If you want to link to the tumblr tuesday tag on your blog, you’ll have to use tumblr%20tuesday in the URL. This means that if you use certain special characters in your tags, you’ll now properly be able to link to them.
Using Pages to Organize With Tags
You can create Link Pages to offer show links to posts with specific tags within your blog.
- Click Add a page at the bottom of the sidebar on the Pages section of your blog customize menu.
- Select Link from the dropdown menu, but note that in order to prevent spam and if your account is new, you won’t see this option. This feature will be unlocked after you perform a few actions like customizing your blog and liking posts.
- In the Link to field, add the URL for the specific tagged posts you want to link to. Add /tagged/mytag to the end of your blog URL, replacing mytag with the tag you want to use. For tags with multiple words, use %20 between each word (i.e., /tagged/bubble%20tea).
- Choose a name for your new page in the Page title field.
- Click Save.
To learn more about pages, see our Blog Pages article.
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Más de 30 consejos, trucos y herramientas de Tumblr
By Arfa Mirza en Redes Sociales . Actualizado el July 15, 2021 .
Tumblr es una de las plataformas de redes sociales más famosas y los 511,7 millones de blogs y miles de millones de publicaciones (estadísticas de 2020) lo avalan. Puedes crear tu propio blog y publicar todo tipo de cosas interesantes o seguir otros blogs que te interesen. Es una herramienta eficaz para los usuarios que son más visuales que publicaciones de texto largas.
Con ese fin, hoy tenemos para usted consejos, trucos y herramientas para ayudarlo a aprovechar al máximo su experiencia de blogueo en Tumblr . Ya sea que sea un novato o un novato con Tumblr, estos consejos y herramientas deberían serle útiles para hacer crecer su blog de Tumblr.
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consejos y trucos
Evite rebloguear publicaciones largas como enlaces
Tumblr está programado para rebloguear publicaciones largas como enlaces. Pero algunos de sus seguidores pueden querer leer la publicación completa en el tablero sin ser redirigidos a otra página.
La solución es simple: simplemente vuelva a publicar la publicación como Texto en lugar de Enlace . El menú desplegable te da la opción de cambiar el formato de la publicación. Elija Rebloguear como texto para volver a publicar la publicación completa.
Usar atajos de teclado en el tablero
Hay una manera eficiente de revisar su tablero que le ahorraría tiempo y esfuerzo. A continuación se muestran los accesos directos que puede usar para navegar en su tablero.
|L||Like the current post|
|N||See the number of notes|
|Shift + E||Add post to your queue|
|Shift + R||Fast reblog|
|Z + Tab||Quickly switch between dashboard and blog|
|Z + C||Quickly compose a post|
|Space||View photoset in a lightbox or start playing a video post|
Allow Users To Reply To Your Posts From The Dashboard
Sometimes you may want your followers to reply to your post. To do that, just add a ? at the end of your post and an option of Let People Answer This will appear at the bottom (see screenshot).
Enable that option by checking the box and your followers will be able to reply to your post.
Customize Follow & Share Buttons
Make it easier for your readers to share your Tumblr content just by adding a Share button. Go to Buttons to view the options for customizing the Follow and Share buttons.
Once you have chosen a design, a code will be displayed. Now, open Tumblr on a new tab and go to Settings and click on Customize Theme. You will be redirected to a page that allows you to Edit HTML. Copy the code for the Follow and Share Buttons and paste it in your Tumblr Theme code.
Send Asks To Other Users From The Dashboard
Previously on Tumblr, to ask a user a question, you would have to go to their blog to do so. Now you can do it from the dashboard simply by hovering your mouse cursor over the user’s icon.
Click on the gray figure and you’ll see 3 options – Ask a question, Send fan mail, or Ignore. Choose the “Ask a question” option and a text box will appear for you to do exactly that.
Recover Old Themes
Just click on this link to revert to any of the themes you have used in the past. Click on Revert and your blog’s theme will go back to how it was previously. You may have to spend some time playing around with the settings to get it right though.
Mass Edit Posts And Tags
By providing the option to Mass Edit Posts, Tumblr has made it easy for its users to add a certain tag to all their posts.
When you’re on your dashboard, look over to the right side of the page and click on Posts. Under Customize, a link that says Mass Post Editor will appear. Click on the link and you can edit/add tags and delete posts all in one go.
Queue Your Posts
Tumblr allows you to schedule your posts over a period of hours or days. It is an easy way to keep your blog active and consistent. Under Settings, you can edit the number of posts you want published from your Queue as well as the time settings.
When you want to add a post to your Queue, click on the arrow next to Reblog Post. A drop-down menu will give you the option to Add To Queue. This post is saved to your Queue list and will be published later.
Delay Your Reply To Asks
There may come a time when your followers bombard your Askbox and you will be replying to them one by one. As a result, instead of having colourful posts on your blog, you will have a ton of gray boxes with your replies.
So, what can you do? You can stop the replies from being posted one after another by delaying them. When you are answering a question, just press and hold down the Alt key for options to: Queue or Save As Draft. Choose Queue for your reply to be published at a later time.
Play Around With Tumblr’s Logo
Ever wanted to use Tumblr’s logo on images, collages or as your icon, but searching for Tumblr’s logo on Google never seems to give you the right size or color?
Tumblr is kind enough to provide its users with its logo. Click here to look at the different designs. You can now download the logo and use it on images, as part of your Tumblr theme, as your Tumblr icon, etc.
View Search The Old Fashioned Way
Tumblr has revamped this feauture. The new search bar allows you to search for multiple tags at the same time. While that is definitely an improvement, some do not like the new layout displaying the search results. If you want to view it in with the old layout, replace /search with /tagged in the URL.
Share A Preview Of A Draft
Normally, a draft stays a draft for a reason, but sometimes, you may want to show your followers that you’re still working on something. First, save your post as draft. Access your drafts and click on the upper right corner of the post.
A tab of your blog post in your blog template appears. Copy the URL and share it. The URL is temporary and once you publish the draft, the URL will disappear. It’s also a way to preview your drafts.
Rearrange Queued Posts
You have set your posts in queue to be up at a certain time. However, you want to change the publishing order of certain posts. You can do that at your queue page. Hover over the Sort button – the middle button on the right bottom corner – and drag the post for rearrangement.
If you want the post to be published first, click on the Move to top button on the far right corner.
Find Out What Your Friends Like
Some blogs have a “Things I Liked” section which shows posts that users have liked. Most don’t as they did not enable the setting. If you would like to see what posts your friend have liked on their blog, type in this URL: https://www.tumblr.com/liked/by/[username]. Note that this only works for public Tumblrs.
Search For Posts On Blogs Without Search Bar
You may have come across a post from a user that you like. You then visit the user’s Tumblr to search for similar posts but the Tumblr does not have a search bar. You can still do so by using this URL: http://[username].tumblr.com/search/[search term].
View Tagged Posts From Earliest To Latest
The nature of blog posts is to display the most recent post first followed by later posts. There is no setting to display your oldest post first but you can view your tagged posts in chronological order.
To do that, add /chrono to the end of a tag URL like this: http://[username].tumblr.com/tagged/[tag name]/chrono.
Search For Posts On A Specific Date
Maybe you would like to find a certain post that you know is published on a certain date. It can be a pain going through the entire blog or tag looking for the post.
You can actually just find out what posts are posted on a specific date. You can do this by typing http://[username].tumblr.com/day/[year]/[month]/[day].
One of the fastest ways to browse a blog’s contents is to look through archives. But not all blogs have an archive link. You can still view those blogs’ archives by using this URL: http://[username].tumblr.com/archive.
Additionally, if you want to just browse a particular month and year in an archive, use this URL: http://[username].tumblr.com/archive/[year]/[month].
Find All Your Tags
One of the things that Tumblr seemingly doesn’t have is a list of all the tags you have used. But they do. To find all the tags you’ve ever used, first go to your Tumblr dashboard source code.
To do that, right-click on your dashboard and select “View page source” from the menu. Next, either Command + F (Mac) or Ctrl + F (Windows) to find Tumblr.USER_TAGS.
Display Individual Author’s Avatar
This is for those who manage a blog with multiple authors. Tumblr’s dashboard will show a blog’s avatar next to a post. With this setting turned on, it will show an author’s avatar along with the blog’s avatar.
Go to the gear icon at the top which is next to the log out icon. Scroll to Blog avatar and enable Show author portraits.
Extensions & Tools
Add A Music Player
Add a music player from SCM Music Player to make your blog more lively and interesting. Choose a skin and proceed to Edit Playlist. You can add songs in 3 formats: MP3 links, SoundCloud tracks and YouTube addresses.
Get A Dashboard Theme
Bored of your default blue dashboard theme? Download the Stylish extension for Chrome or Firefox and then visit UserStyles to view available themes.
Share Content Via Bookmarklet
Sometimes you may come across something you find elsewhere that you want to share on Tumblr but not exactly sure how to go about it. Just click on Apps (bottom right of your dashboard). Then, click and drag the Share on Tumblr oval up to your bookmark bar.
Now whenever you would like to share content on Tumblr, you can just click on Share on Tumblr (which can be found on your bookmark bar), and the post will be displayed. Click on Publish and the post will be published on your blog.
Say goodbye to spoilers and avoiding Tumblr until you’ve watched the latest episode of Game of Thrones. Tumblr Savior allows you to block those posts from your dashboard. This tool is also useful for blocking posts you don’t want to see like triggers or anything that fills you with rage.
Parfois, les balises sont coupées sur un message. Surtout ces longues balises qui se doublent d’un commentaire. Vous voulez également voir le reste des balises qui l’accompagnent, mais elles sont masquées. Bien que Tumblr puisse avoir sa fonction de balise de défilement pour afficher les balises, vous pouvez la trouver ennuyeuse. #wrap résout tout cela en enveloppant les balises pour qu’elles tiennent dans le message .
C’est l’un des meilleurs moyens gratuits de suivre votre Tumblr. Google Analytics vous permet de suivre vos statistiques Tumblr, comme qui visite votre site et combien le consultent.
Check if your theme allows you to paste a Google Analytics ID in the settings. If not, follow the instructions here.
Some people use Tumblr to showcase their creative work and get feedback. However, not everyone has a Tumblr and those who don’t will not be able to comment on your posts. This is where Disqus comes in.
The popular commentary feature allows popular Tumblr characters to comment on your post and encourage general discussion.
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Post Limit Check
What most people don’t realize is that there are certain limitations on Tumblr, the most common of which is the post limit of 250 posts per day . If you want to know how many posts you have left , you can enter your Tumblr username in Post Limit Checker .
You can also enter other Tumblr usernames to find out their blog stats, like how many posts they have and what time zone they’re in.
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