- 1 How many blogs can you have on Tumblr?
- 2 Can my followers see my secondary blog?
- 3 Is there a like limit on Tumblr?
- 4 How do I make a secondary blog on Tumblr?
- 5 Is Tumblr still a thing 2020?
- 6 Does Tumblr tell if you screenshot?
- 7 Can you turn a side blog into a main blog?
- 8 Can you reblog on a secondary blog?
- 9 Can you follow secondary blogs on Tumblr?
- 10 Why can’t I see my top posts on Tumblr?
- 11 What is the Tumblr queue limit?
- 12 Does Tumblr have a word limit?
- 13 What is the point of a secondary blog on Tumblr?
- 14 Can you have two accounts on Tumblr app?
- 15 How do I share a Tumblr blog with someone?
How many blogs can you have on Tumblr?
As of May 2019, Tumblr hosts over 465 million blogs and more than 172 billion posts in total with over 21 million posts created on the site each day.
Can my followers see my secondary blog?
Other users can definitely view your secondary blogs/sideblogs, as long as they’re not protected with a password. They can also follow it, and a follower count will appear the same way it does in your main blog.
Is there a like limit on Tumblr?
Like Limit 1000: Tumblr allows you to like up to 1,000 posts per day from your account.
How do I make a secondary blog on Tumblr?
To create a secondary blog:
- Click the account menu (the little human) at the top right of your dashboard. In the mobile app, tap the account icon and tap your blog name.
- Click or tap “Create a new blog” at the bottom of the menu.
Is Tumblr still a thing 2020?
Yes, Tumblr is still Relevant in 2020.
Does Tumblr tell if you screenshot?
As of December 2018, the person whose blog you subscribed to does not receive any notification that you‘ve done so. Tumblr doesn’t even allow people to see how many subscribers each of their blogs have. Do people get a notification on Instagram if I take a screenshot of one of their photos?
Can you turn a side blog into a main blog?
While you can rename any blog, you can‘t select another blog to be your primary one; if your company blog was created as a secondary blog, it’ll remain so. At this point, you have a few alternatives.
Can you reblog on a secondary blog?
Tumblr does not allow you to reblog your own posts on the same blog, but you can reblog posts to your second blog instead of creating a new post.
Can you follow secondary blogs on Tumblr?
Before you do, know this — you cannot turn a secondary blog into your primary blog on Tumblr. Why might that matter? Secondary blogs cannot like posts, follow other blogs, send ask messages or submit to other blogs. Only primary blogs can make those social gestures.
Why can’t I see my top posts on Tumblr?
Anyone on Tumblr can see your top posts when they view your blog (unless you’ve hidden your blog, in which case no one can see it at all). Can I select my own Top Posts? We do all the work for you in selecting these posts. Your top posts can’t be selected or removed manually.
What is the Tumblr queue limit?
Officially, your Tumblr Queue can store a total of 300 posts at a rate of 50 posts per day. If you reach queue limit, save posts as drafts, then move them to the Tumblr Queue when under limit.
Does Tumblr have a word limit?
There is no character limit for tumblr posts. Be as verbose as you like.
What is the point of a secondary blog on Tumblr?
It gives you full use of Tumblr’s social features, including follow, like, ask, and submit. Secondary blogs are any blogs you create in addition to your primary blog. You can create up to 10 of these per day.
Can you have two accounts on Tumblr app?
Multiple accounts: You can now add multiple Tumblr accounts and quickly switch between them without having to log out and log back in. The new ‘Accounts‘ menu is located at left user menu(below the ‘Liked Posts’ in My Menu section) and at Settings. Upper case letter ‘T’ means that this app is for Tumblr service.
- Click the account menu (the person silhouette) at the top of the dashboard.
- Mouse over the blog you’d like to add members to, and click the person icon that appears to the right of the blog name.
- Click “Members.”
- Type the person’s email address and click “Invite to this blog.”